IntuitiveNippleTo do this remote support, I've got the user in S.A. on a Windows box with putty, ssh to my laptop here in the U.K, then a screen Multiuser session joining us, then ssh back to the user's site and port-forwarded to the faulty machine :)00:00
digistyl3hi everyone, i think there's a problem with todays acpi-support update00:06
digistyl3it's changelog mentiones adding 90-hdparm.sh to the ac.d folder00:07
digistyl3while it is added to battery.d, resume.d, start.d and suspend.d (which isn't mentioned in the changelog), i can't find it in ac.d00:08
digistyl3eventhough it states it in the changelog00:08
digistyl3and so it didn't change hdparm-s B parameter to 254 as it is described in the changelog00:09
digistyl3i'm using version 0.11100:09
slangasekbryce: ^^00:09
bryceslangasek: ok I'll take a look00:10
bryce$ ls */90-hdparm.sh00:13
bryceac.d/90-hdparm.sh  battery.d/90-hdparm.sh  resume.d/90-hdparm.sh  start.d/90-hdparm.sh00:13
brycehmm, appears to be there for me00:13
slangasekI don't see ac.d/90-hdparm.sh in the binary package, perhaps there's an install rule that needs updated00:14
digistyl3ls */90-hdparm.sh00:14
* bryce tests install00:14
digistyl3resume.d/90-hdparm.sh  start.d/90-hdparm.sh00:14
digistyl3wierd :|00:14
cjwatsonbryce: milestones> ah, thanks00:14
wgrantwilliam@irranat:/etc/acpi$ ls */90-hdparm.sh00:14
wgrantresume.d/90-hdparm.sh  start.d/90-hdparm.sh00:14
wgrantI upgraded about 5 minutes ago.00:14
bryceyeah debian has their own completely replaced debian/ dir, and I may have missed tweaks to .install files00:15
wgrantHmm, why are they not symlinks?00:16
brycefeel free to send me a patch00:16
bryceaha, ok so rules installs stuff in suspend.d, start.d, resume.d, events, and lib, but no other dirs.  Should be easy to fix.00:17
wgrantHmm, is that script meant to actually do anything in the default installation?00:18
wgrantlaptop-mode seems to default to controlling it, but it isn't doing a very good job.00:19
digistyl3before this i used laptop-mode00:20
digistyl3and it did it's job for me00:20
digistyl3setting hdparm -B to 254 while on AC and to 128 while on battery (as i told him to do)00:20
digistyl3but before i installed the update i disabled laptop-mode, as it is disabled in a default instalation00:20
wgrantWhat triggers laptop-mode? I can hear my disk slowly killing itself a couple of times a minute on AC.00:21
digistyl3wgrant: i had to enable laptop-mode in /etc/default/acpi-support00:22
wgrantUmm, that's bad.00:23
digistyl3then in /etc/laptop-mode/laptop-mode.conf i changed some values (255 to 254 when on ac, and 1 to 128 when on battery)00:23
wgrantBut true.00:23
slangasekI thought that was supposed to be fixed at a different level now, so that -B 254 was the default00:24
wgrant90-hdparm.sh checks if laptop-mode is installed, and if so it checks its config file. If laptop-mode's config file says that it will manage HDD power settings, 90-hdparm.sh does nothing.00:24
wgrantEven if laptop-mode is disabled in /etc/default/acpi-support.00:24
slangaseki.e., without any intervention from laptop-mode or acpi-support00:25
brycedigistyl3, wgrant: is there a LP# for this missing 90-hdparm.sh issue?00:25
brycedigistyl3, wgrant: also, I'm curious if the 90-hdparm.sh is useful for you?00:25
wgrantbryce: I haven't looked, and only discovered it 10 minutes ago.00:25
digistyl3bryce: i'll check, if there isn't one, should i create one?00:25
wgrantbryce: I was previously running hdparm manually after resume after I noticed things going bad... it would be useful if it worked, yes.00:26
wgrantBut in the default installation it doesn't do anything.00:26
ograacpi-support isnt used at all anymore on suspend/resume (at least its not supposed to as it interferes with the new default now)00:26
brycedigistyl3: I'm sure slangasek would appreciate having the change associated with a bug number00:27
ogralook in pm-utils for stuff being executed00:27
slangasekbryce: at all times, yes :-)00:27
wgrantHow is laptop-mode meant to be run now?00:27
slangasekI thought it was meant to be obsolete00:27
ogra /usr/lib/pm-utils/sleep.d/96laptop-mode00:28
ografrom there00:28
wgrantBut 90-hdparm.sh is a noop if it's installed and meant to be managing your HD power settings.00:28
slangasekwell, acpi-support is also meant to be obsolete00:28
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ograits only there for backwards compatibility with user written scripts00:29
slangasekwhich one? :)00:30
ograno idea, but that was the reason to keep it in hardy00:30
slangasekI mean: which one, laptop-mode or acpi-support?00:31
* cjwatson unbreaks the mobile seeds a bit to avoid breaking the publisher00:31
ogracjwatson, what did i break ?00:31
cjwatsonhopefully that's all that's needed00:31
cjwatsonyou didn't, persia and StevenK did ;-)00:32
ograthe meta upload wasnt approved yet00:32
cjwatsonthe blacklist file is still needed00:32
cjwatsondoesn't affect mobile-meta00:32
ograyeah lool wondered as well about all that dropping00:32
cjwatsonclearly nobody tried running germinate on it as a test case00:32
cjwatson* Downloading http://people.ubuntu.com/~ubuntu-archive/seeds/mobile.intrepid/blacklist00:33
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digistyl3bryce: i reported it: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/acpi-support/+bug/27459900:33
ubottuLaunchpad bug 274599 in acpi-support "Some 90-hdparm.sh files missing from acpi-support" [Undecided,New]00:33
wgrantIf laptop-mode-tools is obsolete, why is it recommended by ubuntu-desktop?00:37
brycedigistyl3: btw it doesn't install into suspend.d00:37
digistyl3what the... i have no sound after the latest updates :D00:37
slangasekperhaps I'm wrong about that part; but I thought g-p-m was taking over most of the duties of laptop-mode00:37
ograwell, pm-utils00:38
ograg-p-m is a dumb frontend :)00:38
digistyl3bryce: sorry, my bad :)00:40
ograwgrant, see /usr/lib/pm-utils/sleep.d/96laptop-mode00:41
bryceslangasek:  btw it was brought to my attention that while I'd indicated in the changelog that thinkpad.modprobe was reenabled, that was not actually the case.  I'll drop mention of that in the previous changelog entry.00:41
wgrantogra: So it still respects /etc/default/acpi-support?00:42
ograit only reads the ENABLE_LAPTOP_MODE value from either there or /etc/default/laptop-mode00:42
ograto then call /usr/sbin/laptop_mode auto00:42
wgrantThe latter of which doesn't exist.00:42
wgrantSo by default it's all pretty broken.00:43
bryceany other acpi-support changes to put in while I'm at it?00:43
ograwhy is it broken ?00:43
* slangasek glares at python-wxgtk2.600:43
slangasek>>> import wx00:45
slangasekTraceback (most recent call last):00:45
slangasek  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>00:45
slangasekImportError: No module named wx00:45
wgrantogra: Because laptop-mode-tools is installed, its CONTROL_HD_POWERMGMT defaults to 1, and /etc/default/acpi-support defaults to disabling laptop-mode. Thus 90-hdparm.sh does nothing.00:45
digistyl3wgrant: have you restarted your computer? do you have sound? :\00:45
wgrantdigistyl3: I do. There are lots of sound drivers.00:45
ograwgrant, right, on purpose .. please read the various mailthreads on -devel and -devel-discuss that piled up over the last yeras about that :) we never enabled it by default00:46
TheMusodigistyl3: WHat problem are you seeing exactly?00:46
digistyl3no sound at all, amarok won't play mp3s00:46
digistyl3when i hit test sound in gnome00:46
digistyl3i get this00:46
digistyl3audiotestsrc wave=sine freq=512 ! audioconvert ! audioresample ! gconfaudiosink: Failed to connect stream: Invalid argument00:46
wgrantogra: So how is Joe User meant to know how to avoid killing his HDD?00:46
ograhe isnt ... its not an OS problem00:47
digistyl3TheMuso: it worked a few minutes ago, i just rebooted after the updates00:47
TheMusodigistyl3: Right. Can you please try the package for your architecture located here: http://www.themuso.id.au/ubuntu/alsa-plugins and tell me if anything has changed.00:47
ogra(as you can see from the mail threads i mentioned)00:47
TheMusodigistyl3: What updates did you download?00:47
wgrantogra: In Intrepid's default configuration, my laptop's HDD parks multiple times a minute. This is a probably, and an easily fixable on.00:47
wgrantEr, this is a *problem*.00:48
digistyl3TheMuso: the ones from update manager, yes, it contained the respective package00:48
digistyl3TheMuso: can i restart only the alsa server or do i need a full reboot?00:48
TheMusodigistyl3: ok please try the package for your architecture at the url I gave above and tell me if anything has changed.00:48
ograwgrant, really i'm not after discussing that issue every three months, there are mails and explanations of the issue a bug and even a lwn.net article00:48
TheMusodigistyl3: You shouldn't need to reboot.00:49
brycefwiw, debian dropped the ENABLE_LAPTOP_MODE=false  bit in their version of acpi-support00:49
wgrantogra: What are people recommended to do?00:49
ograplease read up about it ...00:50
wgrantDo you happen to recall the subject line of one of the threads?00:50
wgrantThere's an awful lot of mail on -devel and -devel-discuss.00:50
JontheEchidnapitti: ahoy, wanna picture of jockey-kde from a native kde environment for your blog?00:50
digistyl3TheMuso: i installed the package, but i get the same error00:50
digistyl3maybe i do need a reboot?00:50
TheMusodigistyl3: yes please try a reboot.00:51
ograwgrant, bug 59695 .... enjoy ...00:51
ubottuLaunchpad bug 59695 in dell "High frequency of load/unload cycles on some hard disks may shorten lifetime" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/5969500:51
wgrantogra: I was hoping for something with a slightly higher signal-to-noise ratio, but thanks.00:52
slangasekogra: so how do we fix that bug, once for all?00:53
ograwgrant, http://lwn.net/Articles/257426/00:53
ograslangasek, teach HW vendors ?00:53
wgrantAFAICT this is a regression in Intrepid, at least for me.00:53
ograthat might be something else then00:53
slangasekogra: er, TTBOMK all hardware DTRT with -B 254 and the problem has been that we weren't consistently using -B 254 in software00:54
slangasekif we /are/ doing -B254 everywhere now, then the bug should be closed00:54
ograslangasek, well, then we should fix it elsewhere00:54
ograbut surely not in acpi-support00:54
wgrantThe code that sets -B254 doesn't run in the default installation, AFAICT.00:54
wgrantOr is there another place that does it?00:54
digistyl3TheMuso: i'm back00:55
digistyl3i heard sound when starting gnome00:55
TheMusodigistyl3: how did it go?00:55
digistyl3but after that00:55
digistyl3it just dies00:55
digistyl3i get the same problems00:55
wgrantogra: 'quiet' is set, and that's all.00:55
TheMusodigistyl3: so if you run the test you ran earlier, you get the same error?00:55
wgrantogra: I installed this laptop with alpha 5, FWIW.00:55
ograright, i was just pointing out a more proper place to add the fix00:55
JontheEchidnapitti: http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c355/Woremar/jockey_05beta1.png00:55
wgrantogra: Ah, right.00:55
digistyl3TheMuso: yes, exactly the same error00:56
ograacpi-support is considered obsolete since a while ... doesnt appear right to me to add fixes there we want to persist if its dropped completely one day00:56
TheMusodigistyl3: Ok, thanks. I think that rules out the package I got you to test.00:56
wgrantogra: One cannot actually remove laptop-mode-tools - is this deliberate?00:57
TheMusodigistyl3: Now I suggest running the following command to revert back to the originally stalled version: "sudo apt-get --reinstall install libasound2-plugins=1.0.17-0ubuntu3"00:57
ograwgrant, i can remove it here00:58
wgrantogra: It takes acpi-support and thus ubuntu-desktop with it here.00:58
digistyl3TheMuso: ok, i downgraded00:58
ograand ?00:58
wgrantogra: ... removing ubuntu-desktop isn't a solution.00:58
bryceshould I add a Suggests for laptop-mode-tools?00:59
wgrantIt isn't a solution to removing something that is meant to be obsolete and is turned off.00:59
slangasekbryce: I don't imagine it matters00:59
bryceok; I see debian added it in their version00:59
slangasekI wouldn't balk at seeing it added in a freeze diff :)00:59
ograwgrant, why do you *want* to remove it ?01:00
wgrantogra: So 90-hdparm.sh does something.01:00
bryceslangasek: okies01:00
TheMusodigistyl3: and you said amarok doesn't work? Could you possibly try running a sound applicatino from the terminal, and pastebinning the terminal output?01:02
wgrantogra: And while I have no problems with hacking the script or strange config files to get it working, users shouldn't have to.01:02
ograwgrant, laptop-mode-tools isnt obsolete, acpi-support is01:03
ograas well as pmi01:03
digistyl3TheMuso: ok01:04
wgrantogra: Oh, I took your statement earlier as meaning that laptop-mode-tools was being replaced by pmutils and g-p-m. You meant acpi-support?01:04
ogralaptop-mode-tools is executed by pm-utils if its enabled01:04
ograas i showed you before01:04
wgrantSo is 90-hdparm.sh's behaviour a bug? (it doesn't care if laptop-mode-tools is switched on or not)01:05
ograanyway, 2am here .... bed time ... if -B254 is needed we should fix it in hdparm.conf and make it a default ... or even patch the hdparm binary to use that value by default01:05
wgrantNight ogra.01:06
ograbut honestly i dont think your disk access is realted to that, i would look for apps that do this or a kernel change01:06
slangasekeh, the issue was that things were using -B255 instead of -B25401:06
slangasekbut that may have only been the acpi-support angle01:07
digistyl3TheMuso: only mplayer was able to produce sound01:07
wgrantSetting -B254 manually works fine.01:07
digistyl3i opened it with totem too01:07
wgrantSo something isn't setting it.01:07
digistyl3here's the pastebin: http://pastebin.com/m7925562101:07
slangasekI would say that everything isn't setting it :)01:07
ograwgrant, and you are 100% sure it was set in i.e. hardy ?01:07
wgrantslangasek: Probably, but I'd hope that only a subset of those were meant to be setting it.01:07
wgrantogra: I'm not 100% sure, but I think it was.01:08
TheMusodigistyl3: thanks, looking.01:08
wgrantIt's quite noticable when it does it.01:08
slangasekI'm not sure that -B254 was getting set in hardy; if it was, somebody forgot to close that darned bug01:08
wgrantI suppose it's possible that I tweaked a config file somewhere years back.01:08
TheMusodigistyl3: ah thats because it switched over to OSS output.01:09
TheMusodigistyl3: mplayer that is. Alsa still borked.01:09
ograsladen, right, so wgrant's constant disk accesses that didnt happen in hardy are very unlikely related to hdparm at all01:09
ograslangasek, ^^^01:09
slangasekseems that way01:09
wgrantogra: DIsk accesses? Head parkings, you mean?01:09
calccough, i just noticed i need to update a package and the beta freeze is started, if i get it updated in the next couple hours would it be acceptable?01:09
TheMusodigistyl3: thanks, I will have to do some further digging. Whats annoying is that I can't yet reproduce it here.01:09
calcits lucene201:09
TheMusodigistyl3: What sound card are you using BTW?01:10
slangasekcalc: if it's freeze-appropriate, yes...01:10
digistyl3TheMuso: yw, i'm using hda-intel on a dell studio 1501:10
digistyl3TheMuso: 00:1b.0 Audio device: Intel Corporation 82801H (ICH8 Family) HD Audio Controller (rev 03)01:10
calcslangasek: ok01:11
TheMusodigistyl3: Ok thanks. I don't think it is card related, but its goot to know.01:11
bryceslangasek: ha, I found this for thinkpad sleep issues (X60) - http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=40718801:12
ubottuDebian bug 407188 in acpi-support "Laptop gets stuck after sleep" [Grave,Closed]01:12
digistyl3TheMuso: if i can debug it somehow, i'll help :)01:12
bryceslangasek: I wonder if that might help your sleep issue?01:13
TheMusodigistyl3: Thanks but I am not sure where to go from here, still trying to gather data.01:13
slangasekbryce: I don't have a reproducible sleep issue01:13
slangasekjust the sleep key issue01:13
TheMusodigistyl3: what version of pulseaudio are you running BTW?01:14
bryceslangasek: hmm ok01:14
ograwgrant, feel free to repoen bug 250938 ... seems thats related to your prob01:14
digistyl3TheMuso: 0.9.10-2ubuntu601:14
ubottuLaunchpad bug 250938 in acpi-support "acpi-support should let laptop-mode-tools run properly" [Undecided,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/25093801:14
TheMusodigistyl3: Right, thanks.01:14
ograanyway, really bed time now01:14
wgrantogra: Thanks, I'll have a look.01:17
digistyl3TheMuso: the funy part of this is that i hear those drums on the login window and also the login theme (the new one)01:22
digistyl3is that OSS too?01:22
digistyl3or alsa jams later?01:22
TheMusodigistyl3: I am not sure yet, but I don't think it is anything specifically related to pulseaudio or alsa, but I don't know any more than that yet.01:29
* slangasek squints at libvlc2 Conflicts: libvlc101:36
digistyl3TheMuso: if you need me, just say my name, i'll be watching a film01:37
TheMusodigistyl3: Sure. I can reproduce the problem with the sound test in the sound properties window, but not with mplayer.01:39
crimsunTheMuso: it's an alsa-lib issue.01:39
TheMusocrimsun: argh!01:40
crimsunTheMuso: you should be able to reproduce using the following test cases:01:40
crimsun1) aplay -Dplughw:0 /usr/share/sounds/purple/send.wav01:40
crimsun2) aplay -Dhw:0 /usr/share/sounds/purple/send.wav01:40
crimsun3) aplay /usr/share/sounds/purple/send.wav01:40
TheMusocrimsun: 1 works for me01:41
crimsunI have pulse pcm+ctl active01:41
TheMusocrimsun: 2 works for me01:41
TheMusocrimsun: 3 eworks.01:41
crimsundigistyl3: can you test the above 3 cases?01:42
TheMusoin the case of 3, it is going through pulse01:42
crimsunTheMuso: for me, (1) results in nondeterministic clipping, (2) results in no clipping but wrong sampling rate, (3) results in expected (no clipping, correct sampling rate)01:43
digistyl3TheMuso: only case 3 isn't working for me01:43
crimsunwow, ok, so it's not /just/ alsa-lib01:43
TheMusocrimsun: oh right, yes the second gave me a sample rate warning01:43
digistyl3but the ouput of 1 and 2 are different01:43
crimsundigistyl3: (1) should be correct sampling rate, at least01:43
digistyl3crimsun: yes, (1) works correctly without errors01:44
TheMusocrimsun: yeah 1` is fine for me01:44
TheMusocrimsun: confirmed on two machines to be the same for #101:44
digistyl3TheMuso: do you need the output of (3)?01:44
TheMusodigistyl3: it may be useful01:45
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crimsunok, away for dinner, but will be back in 10-15 minutes01:46
digistyl3TheMuso: here it is http://pastebin.com/d8cf74701:46
ArneGoetjeSomeone here familiar with libtool? libtoolize in intrepid seems to delete config.sub and config.guess from the working directory... a following ./configure can't find them anymore and the package FTBFS... libtoolize in hardy seems to leave them in place... regression?01:46
TheMusodigistyl3: thanks01:46
TheMusoOk to deepen the mystery, setting to alsa in gnome-sound-properties fails to play a test sound, but totem works no problems.01:47
bryceslangasek: ok, fixed acpi-support is ready for upload01:49
bryceslangasek: I went through the dozen or so patches listed for it in launchpad, and found a couple that looked safe enough to include01:50
slangasek"looks safe, ship it"01:50
slangasekupload, please :)01:51
bryceokie doke01:51
bryceits up01:51
digistyl3bryce: can i test it? or will it be in the updates?01:55
StevenKslangasek: So, I'd like to upload a new xterm that contains a .desktop file for Ubuntu MID. Would you like to see a debdiff?01:58
slangasekStevenK: I'd like my eyes to uncross after having read the words "xterm" and ".desktop file" in the same sentence01:59
brycedigistyl3: it'll be in the updates once slangasek is done reviewing it and scolding me for including too many whitespace changes ;-)01:59
slangasekStevenK: are you serious?  A .desktop file for xterm?01:59
bryceslangasek: fwiw I've reviewed StevenK's change and it looks ok to me02:00
calcslangasek: it claims to be waiting for approval for lucene202:00
StevenKslangasek: Okay, so we use xterm as the terminal application for Ubuntu MID. mobile-basic-flash included a .desktop file for it which is the wrong place, and it went away after we dropped m-b-f for kourou.02:01
slangasekcalc: yep, I'll grab it in a bit, thanks02:01
calcslangasek: thanks :)02:01
brycedigistyl3: what sort of acpi stuff would you be interested in testing?02:02
brycethere's more changes in the debian acpi-support package, but that I wouldn't want to include without some additional testing/review, so if you're keen to test acpi-support, I could roll a package with those specific things in for you to play with02:02
bryceooh, this fills one with confidence:02:03
bryce<daniels> ...02:03
bryce hal is fucked.02:03
digistyl3bryce: i wanted to see if those 90-hdparm.sh files work, but i could help testing other things as long as they don't damage my new laptop :D02:04
slangasekbryce: this is... recent?02:05
bryceslangasek: just now on #xorg-devel ;-)02:05
brycedigistyl3: ok no worries.  I think we aim to eliminate acpi-support anyway in jaunty.02:06
digistyl3bryce: why? is it old?02:06
digistyl3what would replace it?02:06
brycedigistyl3: yeah it's a ubuntu/debian specific thingee02:07
brycedigistyl3: well that's the big question.  We'll have to get that answered in jaunty, hopefully at the next UDS02:07
bryceprobably some combination of pm-utils + hal + ??02:07
bryceI'm thinking that maybe we start by just focusing on sleep/hibernate functionality, get any relevant quirks migrated to pm-utils/hal, but leave the remainder of acpi-support in place until we find better homes for them02:08
slangaseksadly, I think this is the third release cycle now that I've heard that was supposed to be happening02:09
slangaseki.e., sleep/hibernate was supposed to have been taken over long ago02:09
bryceslangasek: well if we can come up with a plan, I don't mind putting a little time into it for jaunty.02:12
slangasekyes; I understand this is an item on the UDS Jaunty agenda02:13
bryceI seem to get tasked with fixing sleep and hotkey problems now and then, and I would love to get things cleaned up enough that the responsibility gets more appropriately targeted elsewhere ;-)02:13
slangasekpitti: why does pykdeuic4 generate python files with a blank line ahead of the interpreter line? :)02:19
slangasekpitti: (kdeui/ui_ManagerWindowKDE4.py in jockey)02:19
slangasekjames_w: bug #263888> <giggle>02:21
ubottuLaunchpad bug 263888 in acpid "acpid killed by default logrotate script" [Medium,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/26388802:21
StevenKslangasek: I've just uploaded a new linux-lpia-meta, this will give lpia installable kernels via the meta-packages.02:27
NCommanderhey StevenK02:29
* StevenK waves02:29
NCommanderHow goes it StevenK02:30
StevenKNCommander: Trying to get stuff sorted out for beta02:31
NCommanderStevenK, anything I can do to help?02:31
StevenKNCommander: Not really, you're not a core-dev02:31
TheMusocrimsun: I'm playing with alsa-lib, and gone so far back as alsa-lib 1.0.17 with no patches from git, and still get the same issue, so its nothing that has been introduced in the last little while, unless there is something in the pulse plugin thats causing issues.02:43
crimsunTheMuso: are you using intrepid's pulseaudio?  I'm using your ppa's.02:45
TheMusocrimsun: yes I am using pulse
TheMusocrimsun: just tried alsa-plugins 1.0.17 without any of Lennart's fixes, and the gstreamer audio test in sound properties works again. Just going to try rhythmbox through pulse again, but it seems that one of Lennart's fixes breaks it somehow.02:49
TheMusocrimsun: ok rhythmbox is fine, so gstreamer is behaving now, at least for me.02:50
TheMusogit bisect time.03:03
HobbseeTheMuso: ping?03:16
HobbseeTheMuso: are my audio settings supposed to be set as alsa, now, and not pulse?03:17
TheMusoHobbsee: No, leave as pulse.03:21
TheMusoHobbsee: the issue that is being debugged is to do with the alsa pulse plugin, which happens to cause gstreamer apps to die. I'm looking into it. The gstreamer pulse plugin is fine though, but nevertheless this needs to be sorted.03:21
HobbseeTheMuso: well, they were magically set as alsa yesterday.  Maybe the gnome update, i'm not usre.  Have you had similar issues reported?03:21
TheMusoHobbsee: Yes, look at the backscroll for one, and a private message as well as a bug report comment, so I'm on it.03:22
TheMusoHobbsee: as for changing to alsa thats weird.03:22
TheMusoit should be set to autodetect.03:22
HobbseeTheMuso: right.03:22
* Hobbsee hasn't checked backscroll adn such yet, sorry.03:22
TheMusothats ok.03:23
Hobbseeah, we are frozen now.03:53
* beuno stays very still03:53
Hobbseejust when my thunderbird explodes.03:53
persiaHobbsee: freeze doesn't mean "Don't fix anything", it means "only fix *really* broken stuff, and test *lots*".04:05
Hobbseepersia: well, it means accepting uploads, too.04:05
Hobbseepersia: but that's true.04:05
Hobbseepersia: id' have been interesting in seeing what the freeze mail says, but it seems that'll take longer :)04:05
persiaHobbsee: https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel-announce/2008-September/000491.html04:06
Hobbseeah, rihgt, cool.04:06
crimsunTheMuso: I still can't reproduce that symptom04:07
* Hobbsee was going with the lazyness option.04:07
Hobbsee(ie, not looking up webmail)04:07
TheMusocrimsun: Hrm.04:07
TheMusocrimsun: Bisecting Lennart's tree is giving me some unusual behavior, compared to the actual alsa-=plugins ackage in the archive as well. I think I need to start with a clean slate and go from there.04:08
crimsunTheMuso: I noticed yesterday that there seemed to be missing commits between intrepid's base alsa-plugins and what lennart's tree has04:09
crimsunI didn't chase it, because it was getting late04:09
TheMusocrimsun: I think he may have merged them in.04:12
TheMusoas of yesterrday.04:12
TheMusocrimsun: I think I have found the commit that breaks things. The reason why you can't reproduce is because you are using 0.9.12, which supports S32 sample types. 0.9.10 doesn't, and the latest code for the pulse plugin allows using S32 sample types. For some reason, this is breaking gstreamer's access to alsa via the pulse plugin.04:27
TheMusoSo I've tested the reversion of that commit, and all seems to work again.04:27
crimsunTheMuso: I'm using 0.9.10 now, though.04:34
TheMusocrimsun: ah.04:34
crimsunhowever, I certainly agree with reverting that commit04:34
TheMusocrimsun: so you are able to get a test sound when attempting to test audio inside gnome-sound-properties when the setting is set to the alsa sink04:39
crimsunlet me test that.04:40
TheMusocrimsun: For me the problem manifests itself in different ways depending on the machine. On one machine with intel8x0, rhythmbox and the sound test in gnome-sound-properties both don't work. On a machine with hda-intel, only the sound test doesn't work.04:41
crimsunno, I get a GSt pipeline error on an HDA Conexant04:41
TheMusoIn my above tests, with intel8x0, totem also works.04:41
TheMusoand with hda-intel04:41
TheMusodigistyl3: Do you happen to still be around?04:50
TheMusocrimsun: Going to get some further feedback from others who experienced this before settling for that as the problem, but I am confident the issue has been found.04:57
wgrantWhat's the issue being debugged here?04:59
wgrantI just downgraded to PA 0.9.10, and things hang...04:59
TheMusowgrant: Basically when gstreamer apps tried to use pulseaudio via the alsa pulseaudio polugin, they would bomb with an error.04:59
TheMusowgrant: try this package here: http://www.themuso.id.au/ubuntu/alsa-plugins04:59
wgrant(0.9.12 seemed to work fine apart from some SDL strangeness)05:00
* wgrant tries.05:00
crimsunTheMuso: confirmed to fix the GSt pipeline error in sound properties testing when set to ALSA w/ pulse pcm+ctl plugin active05:01
TheMusocrimsun: Ok thats good. Does that solve any of those aplay test cases you mentioned earlier?05:04
wgrantTheMuso: gnome-sound-properties and Rhythmbox still hang, not sure about the others.05:07
crimsunTheMuso: no, but they shouldn't be considered regressions here, as they're fragment-specific for HDA05:07
TheMusocrimsun: Right.05:07
TheMusowgrant: Did you log out/back in after you downgraded? I think you might still have to do that for some reason.05:08
wgrantTheMuso: I did, but that didn't work so I rebooted.05:08
TheMusoHrm. What do you have set as your sink in gnome-sound-properties?05:08
wgrantTheMuso: When testing in g-s-p: OSS works, ALSA makes a click and then aborts, PulseAudio looks like it's working but doesn't play anything, and hangs when you click OK.05:10
wgrantHm, bad stuff in syslog.05:10
wgrantSep 26 14:10:05 irranat pulseaudio[6655]: shm.c: Invalid shared memory segment size05:11
wgrantSep 26 14:10:05 irranat pulseaudio[6655]: pstream.c: Failed to import memory block.05:11
TheMusowgrant: Try killing pulse, clearing any .pulse* files from your home dir, and restarting pulse. Easiest way to restart pulse is "pulseaudio -D --log-target=syslog"05:11
TheMusoThere are differences between 0.9.11/12 and 0.9.10 in terms of what gets put in the home dir.05:12
wgrantTheMuso: Same thing...05:13
TheMusocrimsun: any ideas?05:13
TheMusobecause I'm fresh out currently.05:13
crimsunwgrant: with 0.9.10-2ubuntu6?05:15
crimsunof pulseaudio* and libpulse*, sorry05:15
wgrantcrimsun: Looks that way.05:16
wgrantHmm. paplay works.05:16
* wgrant restarts pulseaudio a few more times for good measure.05:17
crimsunin g-s-p, what behaviour when you set playback to Autodetect?05:17
wgrantIt... works.05:18
wgrantHrnnnng. ALSA and Pulse work directly too.05:18
TheMusoThe only thing I can think of is that a pulse package is out of version sync, maybe one of the modules, or one of the libs.05:18
wgrantSo something has unbroken itself.05:18
wgrantMaybe there was some lib loaded that still knew about the 0.9.12 ~/.pulse* stuff.05:19
digistyl3TheMuso: yes i am05:20
TheMusodigistyl3: Could you please try http://www.themuso.id.au/ubuntu/alsa-plugins again and let me know if mplayer and gstreamer stuff works again?05:21
digistyl3TheMuso: do i need a reboot? because it isn't working yet05:23
crimsunyou shouldn't need to reboot; closing all audio apps should suffice.  However, rebooting tends to be a "safer bet".05:24
digistyl3ok, i'll brb05:24
* Hobbsee declares victory over evil email.05:25
Hobbseebah.  or not05:27
digistyl3TheMuso: it isn't workinh05:29
TheMusodigistyl3: Are you trying mplayer, or a gstreamer app? What do you have set as your output in gnome-sound-properties?05:29
digistyl3TheMuso: audiotestsrc wave=sine freq=512 ! audioconvert ! audioresample ! gconfaudiosink: Failed to connect stream: Invalid argument05:29
digistyl3mplayer works as it falls back to oss05:29
digistyl3totem doesn't05:30
TheMusodigistyl3: Did you download the package for your arch from that URL?05:30
digistyl3TheMuso: yes i did05:30
digistyl3the one last modified on: 26-Sep-2008 11:5205:30
TheMusodigistyl3: And that is with alsa as the output?05:32
digistyl3TheMuso: yes, i get the same errors05:33
TheMusodigistyl3: What about set to pulse?05:33
digistyl3the same05:33
digistyl3totem sais:05:34
digistyl3** Message: Error: Failed to connect stream: Invalid argument05:34
digistyl3pulsesink.c(487): gst_pulsesink_prepare (): /play/visbin/abin/audiosinkbin/audio-sink/bin6/autoaudiosink1/autoaudiosink1-actual-sink-pulse05:34
digistyl3isn't this related to the pulseaudio plugin?05:34
TheMusoyse it is so its something else.05:34
TheMusodigistyl3: go to a terminal, and kill pulseaudio, "pulseaudio -i"05:34
TheMusothem delete .pulse* from your home directory.05:34
TheMusore-run pulseaudio with "pulseaudio -D --log-target=syslog"05:34
TheMusothen try again.05:35
digistyl3TheMuso: pulseaudio: invalid option -- 'i'05:35
TheMusosorry meant -k05:35
digistyl3TheMuso: it's working now :)05:37
TheMusoTr with alsa in gnome-sound-properties, just to be sure.05:37
TheMusogoodness my typing is bad this afternoon.05:37
digistyl3yep, it's working alright :)05:38
TheMusoOk great, thanks for your help. I'll get that fix into intrepid as soon as I have a bit more feedback.05:38
TheMusodigistyl3: Oh if you could pastebin mplayer output again, that would be appreciated, just want to make sure it works as it should.05:38
digistyl3i'm glad i could help :)05:38
digistyl3TheMuso: the output with the fixed version installed?05:39
TheMusodigistyl3: Yes please.05:40
digistyl3TheMuso: here it is http://pastebin.com/d38e6157905:41
TheMusodigistyl3: Great, thats all. Thanks again.05:41
digistyl3np :)05:42
* digistyl3 back to watching movies :)05:43
dholbachgood morning05:46
elmobryce/cjwatson: for the record, that's not what I asked.  I asked that you not give automated processes full access to your canonical accounts.  I suggested several alternatives; there was no need for you to migrate scripts off, it was your choice06:04
dholbachslangasek (or any other release team member): I uploaded gnome-system-tools (new upstream release, new translations, added a patch we carried in our old version before) - can you accept it?06:05
digistyl3dholbach: does it contain a fix for remembering the current session in gnome?06:18
dholbachdigistyl3: not AFAIK06:18
bryceelmo, sorry I didn't mean to misrepresent what you'd told me...06:19
bryceelmo: but the alternative you suggested was to not use scp, but rather to fetch from rookery via http06:21
bryceso I took that to mean that you do not want automated scripts scp'ing stuff to people.ubuntu.com06:23
bryceelmo: also, fetching stuff via http implies I have a webserver up on my end with the files already hosted there, so it ends up being simpler to just move the whole kit there06:28
bryceelmo: if you offered other alternatives, sorry, I must have missed them06:29
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slangasekRiddell: hmm, your upload of kdebase-workspace is rather opaque to review; no bug referenced in the changelog, and the only diff is to disable a patch, but it's not obvious what that patch does :)07:05
slangasekbryce: scp isn't really possible to restrict, IIRC; but there are ways to push files up not using scp, e.g., streaming tar + a helper script on the remote side + a restricted ssh key07:07
slangasekdholbach: will get it, but it's first-come, first-served :)07:09
dholbachno problem07:09
dholbachI'm going to be around a little bit longer ;-)07:09
bryceslangasek: streaming in what way?07:11
slangasekbryce: tar zcvf - | ssh host [...]07:11
slangasekwell, probably without the v, sorry for my reflex :)07:11
brycehmm, I dunno, it sounds a bit hackish07:13
bryceslangasek: however thanks, I didn't realize you could copy files across like that07:17
* StevenK throws more packages at unapproved07:17
slangasekit's not as simple as just doing scp, no, but it's e.g., what I use to avoid giving unsupervised scripts access to Debian servers for doing debian-installe daily builds07:18
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siretartpitti: tjaalton: I remember you've been talking about hotkey cleanups the last days. since yesterday some hotkeys on my X60s have stopped working. are you aware of a bug or issue that might cause this?07:33
sbeattieslangasek: is there some problem with the live cd builds? The newest on cdimages is 3 days old/07:46
* persia broke it. It was fixed earlier today07:49
persia(or last night, depending on your current longitude)07:50
tjaaltonsiretart: only thing that might have something to do with it is the new acpi-support07:53
tjaaltonsiretart: what laptop?07:53
siretarttjaalton: thinkpad X60s07:54
brycetjaalton: any reason other than the timing of the update?07:56
tjaaltonbryce: right, it's the only component that has been updated recently07:59
tjaaltonbut i'm still sceptical about how much a-s matters on thinkpads08:00
brycesiretart: well you can try downgrading to 0.110 or earlier and see if it makes any difference08:01
tjaaltonbbiab ->08:01
pittiGood morning08:07
pittikwwii: thanks08:07
pittislangasek: consolekit crasher bug? any #?08:08
pittiJonbo: sure, if you have one08:09
slangasekpitti: bug #26324508:09
ubottuLaunchpad bug 263245 in consolekit "console-kit-daemon crashed with SIGSEGV in fclose()" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/26324508:09
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pittislangasek: pykdeuic4> no idea TBH; I mean, for those .py files a shebang line doesn't even make sense...08:10
pittisiretart: I think the cause might be the recent acpi-support merge08:10
pittisiretart: for reference maybe you could downgrade this again and test again?08:11
brycepitti, any particular reason you think it might be acip-support, aside from the timing of the upload?08:12
pittisiretart: there is another proposed fix in bug 267682 (the .fdi file)08:12
ubottuLaunchpad bug 267682 in linux "Hotkeys no longer working in Intrepid on Thinkpads" [Critical,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/26768208:12
pittibryce: no, just by the time of the upload; I don't think that tjaalton uploaded the -evdev fdi file yet? at least not yesterday?08:12
pittislangasek: haven't seen it so far, but I'll take this one; CK crashes are eww08:13
sbehhi, "localedef --no-archive --magic=20051014 -i en_US -c -f UTF-8  en_US.UTF-8" hangs at 100% cpu reproducable and "strace -p `pidof  localedef`" gives no output, what can i do to determine whats  causing this problem?08:15
mdkedholbach: thanks for the gnome-user-docs upload yesterday, I've merged your branch. Could you perhaps do another one at some stage? I've merged from upstream this morning: some new material and translations08:18
tjaaltonpitti: what about adding/merging the fdi file to hal-info?08:19
dholbachmdke: sure08:20
pittitjaalton: we can do that as well, but if it's a workaround and not something to be committed upstream, and the knowledge about changing it is mostly in -evdev, why not ship it in -evdev?08:22
dholbachhi mvo, hi pitti!08:22
mdkedholbach: thanks!08:22
tjaaltonpitti: evdev has no fdi file08:22
tjaaltonpitti: the magic is in hal08:22
pittitjaalton: if you don't want it there, I'd rather put it into hal; hal-info is the wrong place fo rit08:22
tjaaltonpitti: ok, hal it is then :)08:23
siretartpitti: I have a meeting now, can only test this afternoon. besides, is there an deb version 110 somewhere available or shall I rebuild the package myself?08:23
tjaaltonsiretart: I have an X61 and things work like before even with all the updates08:23
siretarttjaalton: on my x60s, xev doesn't show my anything when I press fn-f4 e.g.08:24
pittitjaalton: "has no fdi file"> yes, it could just ship it; but as I said, if you don't like that for some reason, we can put it into hal, too08:24
tjaaltonsiretart: that's normal08:24
pittitjaalton: my concern about this is that it would break backportability of the hal package08:24
siretartwell, gnome hotkey settings dialog doesn't detect the keystroke either08:24
mvohey dholbach!08:24
tjaaltonpitti: oh, ok08:24
pittitjaalton: (same reason for hal-info, which is why I really don't like it there)08:24
tjaaltonsiretart: same thing, it shouldn't (and never has) :)08:25
mdkehi mvo: I sent you an email a while about whether there were any disadvantage to using apturl instructions in the Ubuntu help wiki, have you had a chance to consider it?08:25
pittisiretart: 0.109 is in hardy, that should work well enough, too08:25
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pittisiretart: otherwise 0.110 should be a quick build (but it only fixes laptop-mode, no keys)08:26
mvomdke: oh, right. sorry that I have not ansered yet. the only disadvantage that I can see is a the "do not teach people to install software from the web" argument. but apturl itself is fine (as it just uses the stuff from the repository)08:27
mdkemvo: is it possible to use it to give an instruction to install a non-repository package (like a ppa, or external repository)?08:29
mvomdke: not eaisly, the feature to add repos is disabled because it seems to risky08:30
mvomdke: so the user needs to add the repository first in some way, than apturl will work with the packages in that repo too08:30
mdkemvo: ok, good. So it seems pretty safe to use it on a user-editable wiki08:30
mdkeI'd really like to use it in yelp too, I have to see if that works08:30
mdkemvo: ok, thanks for your help08:32
mvoI added a gnome url handler for it, let me know if there are issues, then I have a second look08:32
mvothank you!08:32
mdkeah, cool08:32
StevenKpitti, slangasek: Could either one of you be tempted to prod through my uploads? :-)08:40
pittiStevenK: slangasek will regularly do that, or ask me for assistance; don't worry, they won't go ignored :)08:46
StevenKpitti: I could probably do it, but I didn't want to get my hand slapped :-)08:47
dholbachmdke: uploading, it will sit in the queue for a bit08:52
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mvoRiddell: thanks for your test with kubuntu-kde4-desktop, I look into it09:07
amitkasac: do you already know about the erratic scrolling behaviour in firefox?09:11
asacamitk: ?09:11
* directhex finds it ironic that he experienced erratic scrolling behaviour in xchat when reading the last 3 lines09:12
asacamitk: ah yeah. thats cairo but also boils down - at least a good part of it - to the driver situation we have09:13
PecisDarbsI am sorry to say that, but NM is still terribly broken when doing manual configuration of *anything*09:13
amitkasac: driver?09:14
asacPecisDarbs: what exactly do you mean by manual configuration? static ips?09:14
mvoRiddell: do we have a open bug about the kde->kde4 upgrade behavior?09:14
asacamitk: i think X driver is the better description09:14
PecisDarbsasac: yep09:14
asacamitk: at least there appear to be quite a substantial performance difference depending on what kind of driver and accellmethod you are using09:16
asacPecisDarbs: i never had problems witht hat09:16
PecisDarbsasac: https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/network-manager/+bug/25605409:16
ubottuLaunchpad bug 256054 in network-manager "[intrepid] new 0.7 branch ignores /etc/network/interfaces" [Unknown,Confirmed]09:16
PecisDarbswhen I do manual configuration via NM, it doesn't activate interface09:17
asacPecisDarbs: what has that to do with that bug?09:17
PecisDarbsok, maybe not directly09:18
asac(sorry i should get a copy ;))09:18
asacerr coffee09:18
amitkasac: PgDn scrolling not working is also part of this problem?09:18
asacamitk: not working completely?09:18
PecisDarbsasac: problem is that leaving NM as only opinion to configure net on Ibex is huge regression so far. I hope situation will improve.09:18
asacamitk: or slow?09:19
mvotkamppeter: I just got this here in a hardy chroot: http://paste.ubuntu.com/50774/ <- (line 6 is the ps output that seem to have triggered it). why is it doing that?09:19
StevenKMithrandir: Launchpad keeps bugging me about my memership in bluetooth and telepathy expiring, can you fix it or make me an admin?09:19
asacPecisDarbs: please describe me the exact steps you take09:19
asacPecisDarbs: most likely you right click on applet and select "connection editor ..." ... what next?09:20
PecisDarbsasac: 1) boot Ibex (fresh install, sunday/monday) 2) login 3) click on nm-applet icon with right button 4) Edit Connections...09:20
amitkasac: it works for 1 page down and then doesn't work at all. Sometimes it goes back and forth on current and next page producing a cool effect but no scrolling :-/09:20
asacamitk: that started with latest update?09:21
MithrandirStevenK: I'll fix it.09:21
PecisDarbsasac: 5) Wired tab 6) Auto eth0, Edit 7) put in manual mode, provide IP and press OK 8) open Terminal and ifconfig - nothing has changed09:21
asacPecisDarbs: yes. dont do that ;) ...09:21
asacPecisDarbs: create a "new" connection for now09:21
PecisDarbsasac: wtf?09:21
asacPecisDarbs: editing auto eth0 isnt workding09:21
amitkasac: No, with 3.0.2+build6+nobinonly-0ubuntu2. I have to upgrade to 3.0.3 now.09:22
asacamitk: ok. but it started with 3.0.1?09:23
PecisDarbsNM configuration is very lame so far, and is step backwards from network-admin. I tried to love it. We need new network-admin, for sure, but NM so far is no cut.09:23
asacerr .209:23
tkamppetermvo, this is really strange. A package install process always runs as root, so lpadmin always should be able to create print queues without asking for a password. It even recognizes that it runs as root, as it asks for the root password.09:23
asacPecisDarbs: i didnt hear productive suggestions from you so far. only that nothing works09:23
amitkasac: yes09:23
asacPecisDarbs: try how it works with "new" connection09:23
tkamppetermvo, pitti, what is the state of cups-pdf, did we not drop it from the seeds?09:24
pittitkamppeter: we did, it's in universe now09:24
mvotkamppeter: it happens in a hardy chroot, I was just pretty puzzled when I saw the prompt09:24
mvo(with kubuntu-kde4)09:24
asacPecisDarbs: and comment based on that experience. there are still bugs, yes. but most should be sorted for final09:24
PecisDarbsasac: productive suggestion would be to put network-admin back in default, but you guys already have decided on that. No offense, but this really have ticked me off a little bit off.09:25
tkamppetermvo, the lpadmin in post-install worked for me all the time without problems (but I have tested only on the GNOMEy standard edition)09:26
asacPecisDarbs: network-admin never worked together with NM ... it just pretended that it did09:26
PecisDarbsasac: thanks for a tip09:26
PecisDarbsasac: and? that is not a reason to drop one app or another.09:26
asacPecisDarbs: those applciations conflict.09:26
PecisDarbsasac: NM configuration is a very different is very anti-GNOME-ish09:26
tkamppeterWho does not understand german, the URL posted by the guest is spam09:27
PecisDarbsasac: yes, then someone should make them work together :)09:27
asacPecisDarbs: no. NM should be improved09:27
mvotkamppeter: ok, might be some fluke on my local system or something09:27
asacPecisDarbs: but btw, in some way we are working on making that happen (by implementing the ifupdown plugin)09:27
MithrandirStevenK: you're an admin on both teams already AFAICT?09:28
asacPecisDarbs: but its not the primary motivation for that to get network-admin back09:28
PecisDarbsasac: another reason why I want network-admin because it was so much easier to use. Simple as that.09:29
StevenKMithrandir: Then why is LP telling me to bug you? It's odd ...09:29
asacPecisDarbs: i would appreciate if you could give detailed info on what aspects dont work as you want09:29
asacPecisDarbs: easier to use -> make suggestions how to improve that in NM09:29
PecisDarbsasac: there is no profiles09:30
MithrandirStevenK: no idea.  Can you edit yourself in the list?  I09:30
Mithrandir'm happy to extend your membership, obviously09:30
asacPecisDarbs: the idea is that you dont need profiles anymore09:30
StevenKMithrandir: I'll fiddle in a sec09:30
PecisDarbsasac: really, what do you use then? :)09:31
asacPecisDarbs: we probably cannot introduce profiles, but we could look into what exact use-cases you previously covered with profiles and see if we can make those coevered09:31
* PecisDarbs sights09:31
asacPecisDarbs: what use-cases did you covere with profiles?09:31
PecisDarbsasac: it is reason why people hate changing functionality - if it works, don't fix!09:31
PecisDarbsasac: laptop, changing networks three times a day09:32
PecisDarbseverytime totally different configuration09:32
PecisDarbsnetwork-admin did it with ease09:32
PecisDarbsthree clicks and I was set09:32
asacPecisDarbs: in which sense?09:32
asacPecisDarbs: what is network config 1 and what is network config 2?09:32
asacgive me an example ;)09:33
PecisDarbsdhcp and manual with different DNS settings09:33
asacPecisDarbs: that should be at least as simple as with network-admin. you create two connections: one with dhcp the other with manual09:34
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asacwhen you are at place with dhcp you click on that connection in the applet ... otherwise on the other place09:34
PecisDarbsasac: and then?09:34
asacthere is even some magic going on if you have both set to "connect automatically"09:35
asacPecisDarbs: how is that worse than network-admin?09:36
PecisDarbsasac: ok, I will evaluate that. This is very different, I must say, but ok, maybe I am too harsh without knowing it better09:37
mvoRiddell: update-manager (in bzr) should be fixed for kubuntu-kde4-desktop09:37
asacPecisDarbs: well. i think with some luck and the magic you might not even need to click anything anymore.09:38
asacPecisDarbs: so in best case everything will happen automatically when you plugin your system at different places. in worst case you have to do one click09:38
PecisDarbsok :)09:39
PecisDarbsasac: anyway, this change from network-admin to NM should be noted, because user will expect old app to be in tradional place.09:39
asacPecisDarbs: we could put "connection editor" in the system -> administration menu09:40
PecisDarbsasac: that would do the trick09:40
asacwould that help?09:40
asacok. noted.09:40
PecisDarbsasac: definitely09:41
asacamitk: sorry. i forgot about you ;) ... do you have any extensions installed?09:42
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PecisDarbsasac: thanks for listening, I will give NM another shot, maybe it is really good as you tell. Maybe there only should be way for users to avoid editing "Auto eth0" profile as I did. And is there any way to configure simple modem or bluetooth modem on NM? I couldn't find it.09:46
amitkasac: np. Yes I have extensions - Adblock plus, Google notebook, firegpg, ubuntu firefox modifications09:46
asacamitk: please try to disable a bunch and see if things improve10:01
asacPecisDarbs: yeah. nm-applet didnt have any UI mean to present read-only connections. this has been fixed on trunk from what i can tell10:02
PecisDarbsok, it is being worked on. Nice.10:02
PecisDarbsasac: about modem connections?10:05
tjaaltonpitti: I've got a new xorg-server waiting which fixes bug 26197710:09
ubottuLaunchpad bug 261977 in xorg-server "nv is chosen even if it doesn't support the card" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/26197710:10
asacPecisDarbs: you are actually the first asking that.10:10
asacPecisDarbs: which is strange when thinking about it ;)10:10
asacPecisDarbs: NM supports Mobile Broadband modems and PPPOE/DSL10:11
directhexwill intrepid's kernel contain any of the latest git stuff to support the latest intel wifi cards?10:11
asacPecisDarbs: i cannot tell out of the head why modems dont work. but there probably is a good (even though technical) reason10:12
asacPecisDarbs: i will find out10:12
PecisDarbsasac: thanks in advance10:17
* mvo is supprised that python3.0 is priority required10:21
mvowell, python3.0-minimal10:21
loolSounds a bit early for that10:22
loolmvo: Do you know what the python3 meta is for?10:22
loolIt's to point at the latest python3.x when python it's a python3?10:22
mvoupdate-manager will pull in python3.0-minimal on upgrades because of the priority10:23
DktrKranzpitti, when you have time to put your ubuntu-sru hat on, mind reviewing bug 207406? It causes a couple of segfaults in xvidcap in Hardy, I tested it and it no longer fails with that patch applied.10:42
ubottuLaunchpad bug 207406 in ffmpeg "xvidcap crashed with SIGSEGV in avcodec_open()" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/20740610:42
cjwatsonmvo: I'll fix that10:45
mvothanks Chipzz10:46
mvothanks cjwatson10:46
cjwatsondone for next publisher run10:46
Chipzzmvo: typo? :)10:46
mvoChipzz: yes :) tab-completion to quick10:47
Chipzzhehe :)10:47
Chipzzhappens :)10:47
cjwatsonpersia: I don't think you broke the live CD builds - that's a separate problem10:53
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persiacjwatson: Oh.  I thought me breaking germinate was what broke the live CD builds.  Thanks for easing my guilt.10:54
ograeeek, whats up with vitrualbox ?10:54
ograit asks me for registration ... and now hangs10:55
ograoh, doesnt hang10:55
ograa popunder behind the registration window10:55
seb128slangasek: I've uploaded a bug-buddy update which make bug-buddy not run by default so apport can catch the gtk applications crashes again if you want to accept the upload (not sure if you look through the queue or want to be pinged on IRC)11:03
shingaraI search a guide where the policy of package nomming is write ?11:34
* wgrant takes a bite out of mpt.11:34
mptnom nom nom11:35
mptoh, naming?11:35
wgrantAhh, maybe.11:35
shingarasorry for my english11:35
wgrantIt really depends on the type of package.11:35
shingarayes, but there are a policy11:36
shingaraa guide about that ?11:36
* mpt finds http://oreilly.com/catalog/debian/chapter/book/appc_01.html#DAPPC-PGFID-94561411:37
shingarabecause I want separate the package name, original version name and the ubuntu specific name11:37
wgrantNot the kind of naming that I was thinking of, but mpt has it right.11:38
shingarayes mpt but I have example like rdesktop : rdesktop-1.5.0-3+cvs20071006ubuntu0.111:38
wgrantThat's a very strange (and likely incorrect) version string.11:38
shingarayes but exist11:39
wgrantrdesktop_1.5.0+cvs20071006-3ubuntu0.1, perhaps.11:39
shingaraUSN 646-111:39
shingaraUbuntu 8.0411:39
wgrantRight, I see it.11:39
wgrantNow to work out how such an abomination came about.11:39
shingaraSo I suppose that all origin version and patchlevel ubuntu are separate by -11:40
shingarabut I don't know if there are - in patchlevel too :(11:40
shingarasend me $1 original version and $2 patchlevel specific unbutu ?11:41
wgrantVersions generally only have one -11:41
wgrantAnything before the final - is the original upstream version number.11:42
wgrantAnything after is the Debian/Ubuntu bit.11:42
shingaraok, thanks :)11:42
Riddellmvo: dist upgrade tool seems to do the job now for kubuntu-kde4-desktop11:44
Riddellmvo: are you going to upload?11:44
mvoRiddell: I'm in the middle of adding the fglrx detection/removal code currently, but after that I will11:47
mvoRiddell: if you want it in asap, then just upload the current version with my fixes, but I should get a new version uploaded before the weekend11:48
asachmmm ... anyone has a interfaces configuration with _mutliple_ _wep_ keys?11:49
Riddellthat's fine11:49
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directhexasac, can you do that?11:50
asacdirecthex: i think you can do everything that iwconfig key ... offers: http://paste.ubuntu.com/50819/11:51
asacwonder if a) thats really the case and b) if anyone uses such kind of setup11:51
* directhex deploys double-rot13 encryption11:54
* Spads deploys quadruple-rot13 encryption11:57
directhexdamn, beaten by Spads11:58
shingaraI found another exception :(11:59
shingarathere are no really convention :(12:02
persiashingara: the exact regex used can be found in the dpkg source.  Generally it's of the form (.*)-([^-]*)12:06
cjwatsonshingara: I'm struggling to work out what your point is, or what you're actually trying to find out12:07
cjwatsonshingara: version numbers are to some extent arbitrary, but there *are* rules that govern their use12:08
cjwatsonhowever you aren't going to work them out just by staring at several examples12:08
directhexfail. ia32-sun-java5-bin_1.5.0-15-0ubuntu1 - note the all-important underscore12:08
directhexpackage name ia32-sun-java5-bin, version 1.5.0-15, debian version 0 (i.e. non-existent), ubuntu version 112:09
directhexblame sun for the unhelpful version number for update1512:09
persiaA question about seeding: in ubuntu-mid there's a recommends chain that is unwanted, but it is sensible to keep the package recommends (in this case, ubuntu-mid is the exceptional case mentioned in policy).  Would adding a blacklist for the recommended package starting the chain be the correct way to resolve this?12:40
cjwatsonnever use blacklists, to a first approximation12:42
cjwatsonI have only ever seen one legitimate use12:42
cjwatsonpersia: what's the package in question?12:42
persiaOK.  Here's the specifics.  ubuntu-mid wants to use thunar.  thunar recommends xfce4-panel.  The thunar trash applet needs xfce4-panel, but isn't displayed in the hildon environment.12:43
persiaSo, while thunar *should* recommend xfce4-panel (until some future time when the package is split), ubuntu-mid doesn't want xfce4-panel.12:43
cjwatsonwe really don't have a particularly good way to express that12:43
cjwatsona blacklist isn't *correct*, although in this case it wouldn't be too harmful12:44
persiaThat's what I thought from the documentation.12:44
cjwatsonyou see, the problem with blacklists is that if something depends on that package in the future, then germinate will just leave it uninstallable rather than doing anything sensible12:44
cjwatsonthe correct solution here sounds like splitting the package, but go ahead and use a blacklist if that isn't an option12:45
persiaAh, right, because it generates an unresolved conflict.12:45
cjwatsonand add a comment about why it's there12:45
persiaAt this point in the cycle, I'm not tempted to ask Xubuntu to split such a critical package, but it may be possible for jaunty.12:45
persiacjwatson: Thank you.12:46
pittitjaalton: ah, I'll have a look at the queue again soon12:46
pittiDktrKranz: looks good to me12:47
pittimvo: did you see the verification-failed in bug 220890?12:54
ubottuLaunchpad bug 220890 in python-apt "[hardy] software-properties-gtk doesn't recognize (nor know about) ports.ubuntu.com" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/22089012:54
mvopitti: yes, I haven't looked deeper into it though (no time yet)12:55
mvopitti: do you happen to know if we have a porters team or something that I can get quick feedback from for patches?12:55
pittimvo: ok, I'm just not sure whether it is a regression which should block -updates propagation, or just "not fixed yet" and thus just keeping open12:55
pittimvo: lamont perhaps?12:56
mvopitti: the upload was mainly about the powerpc regression (but it fixes another crash too) so I would say keep out of -updates for now and get a new version for -proposed12:59
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pittibryce, tjaalton: argh, it did it again; since Tuesday or so I suddently get a completely white or black screen (X and apps keep running, though), which can only be fixed with a reboot; happens about three times a day; I never had that before, did you get similar reports about that?13:07
tjaaltonpitti: no.. what hardware?13:07
pittibryce, tjaalton: Xorg.0.log has tons of "pipe A underflow" messages, could that be relevant? I didn't see anything other log-ish13:07
pittitjaalton: Intel GMA94513:08
tjaaltonpitti: and that's with compiz?13:08
pittitjaalton: yes, it is13:08
pittibut I have run compiz for some weeks again now13:08
tjaaltonsounds mesa-ish13:08
tjaaltondamn stable releases ;)13:09
Treenakstjaalton: At least it's not logging a DDC probe every few minutes, like my radeon driver :)13:09
pittitjaalton: hm, last mesa was uploaded Wednesday evening; the problems started before that13:09
tjaaltonTreenaks: that shouldn't happen anymore with a recent libgtk ;)13:09
tjaaltonpitti: oh, phew13:10
Treenakstjaalton: ah, so that's the problem :)13:10
pittitjaalton: latest -intel changelog looks unrelated to my hardware, too, but I could try downgrading13:11
tjaaltonpitti: nah, that can't be it.. the newer compiz maybe?13:12
pittitjaalton: well, hm, maaaybe it was Wednesday, too, I'm not really sure TBH13:12
pittitjaalton: last upload was last week, I extensively used that box with that version13:13
pittitjaalton: ^ compiz13:13
pittitjaalton: I think I'll try to downgrade mesa and test13:13
tjaaltonpitti: maybe a good idea13:15
pittitjaalton: do you know if the pipe-A log could be related?13:16
pittitjaalton: ah, enjoy13:16
tjaaltondamn Friday.. forgot that restaurants close at 150013:25
tjaaltonpitti: it might. if you can monitor the log remotely (via ssh) and check if the messages correlate with the crash13:26
pittitjaalton: VT1 still works, so I can look at it13:27
pittitjaalton: I have it tail -f'ed right now13:27
pittitjaalton: wow, they *close* at 15:00? I mean, if people go out to restaurants, then certainly on Fri/Sat evenings?13:27
Koonpitti: it's evening at 15:00 in Finland in winter :)13:28
liwI suspect tjaalton is talking about lunch restaurants, 11-14 is the official lunchtime in Finland13:29
pittitjaalton: is there a way to enable timestamps in Xorg.0.log, btw?13:29
tjaaltonpitti: well, "restaurant" was maybe an exxageration, "canteen" might be more accurate :)13:30
tjaaltonliw: right, Alvari ftl13:32
mvoRiddell: I think the current bzr is good for upload of update-manager, if its not too much hazzle for you, I would appricate if you could give it a test-run. I'm running tests here as well and if all is well I upload in a bit13:32
liwtjaalton, indeed; I don't have fond memories of it from my time in Otaniemi :)13:32
tjaaltonpitti: ok, so it doesn't really crash? you can shut down X from the VT?13:32
pittitjaalton: yes, apps keep running, X keeps running; the screen just goes black (I still see the cursor) or completely white (nothing visible any more)13:33
tjaaltonliw: heh, well it has become quite decent actually, but can't understand why they (too) close so early. mon-thu they are open ->170013:33
pittitjaalton: it's not the screensaver, I already killed that; and killing everything and restarting X doesn't help, I need to reboot13:33
pittitjaalton: it seems like it puts and leaves the graphics card in a bad state?13:33
tjaaltonpitti: ok then.. try an older kernel :)13:34
tjaaltonalthough the changelog doesn't seem to contain anything related..13:35
pittitjaalton: I could try -3, yes13:36
pittitjaalton: I'll watch this step by step, watching the log for pipe-A, trying older mesa, trying older kernel; thanks so far!13:36
pittiI guess each step takes a day or two :/13:36
tjaaltonpitti: great, np13:36
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pittiseb128: do the system monitor panel applets still work for you? I just restarted my session, and now I just have a thin horizontal bar instead of the gauges13:45
seb128pitti: that's happens every now and then, the bug is not new13:49
seb128pitti: bug #2424313:49
ubottuLaunchpad bug 24243 in gnome-system-monitor "System Monitor collapsed into a line" [Unknown,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/2424313:49
pittiugh, 5 digit bug :)13:49
seb128yeah ;-)13:49
pittiseb128: ok, nevermind then, thanks :)13:49
seb128pitti: btw all the pending hardy bugs have been retraced, many dups closed and the intrepid retracers have been restarted using the intrepid python-launchpad-bugs so daily dist-upgrade work again13:50
seb128pitti: and there is a bug-buddy waiting for approval which don't hijack apport, dunno if you do beta approvals13:50
pittiseb128: I'm not sure whether I'm supposed to; ATM I "just do" them if they fix a beta-RC bug13:52
seb128pitti: well, that's a gconf default value change to not have bug-buddy running, would be nice to have but no hurry either13:54
pittiseb128: oh, indeed; that was accidentally enabled again?13:54
pitti(I thought it was supposed to be off for ages)13:54
kwwiiseb128: the only folder_copy and oflder_move we have are at 16x16 and already have a stock_ prefix13:55
seb128pitti: yes, new gnome-session changed the way bug-buddy is started, that was broken for the whole cycle, they fixed in for the stable tarball so bug-buddy is running again now13:55
pittiseb128: ok, I'll ack that and take the bullets13:55
seb128pitti: thanks13:56
kwwiiseb128: if you know which size is missing I can make them13:56
exarkunHow can I learn of proposed package removals (eg, much of python-xml from Hardy) before they are actually part of a release?13:56
seb128pitti: I'll ping slangasek for the next uploads, he should be around soon13:57
kwwiipitti: sent those icons off as well as a new sounds package last night14:00
pittikwwii: saw it, thanks14:00
kwwiiexcellent :-)14:00
seb128kwwii: there is something wrong there, let me have a look to those14:00
liwkwwii, you might know this: if a program written for Ubuntu requires an icon, is there a process for getting one?14:00
kwwiiseb128: they are in Human/16x16/stock/generic/ in case you are looking for them14:01
seb128kwwii: ok, that's the other way around, evolution uses folder-copy and folder-move14:03
seb128kwwii: do you use evolution?14:03
pittiseb128: do you happen to know if there's a reference bug for the broken libgphoto camera handling already?14:04
pittiseb128: if not, I'd like to create one, to track it for beta/final14:04
pittiseb128: (release team meeting prep)14:05
pitti\o/ hardy SRU queue empty again14:05
seb128pitti: bug #25808314:05
ubottuLaunchpad bug 258083 in f-spot "F-Spot - Error connecting to camera.  "Could not lock the device"" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/25808314:05
pittiseb128: merci14:05
seb128pitti: thanks for approving my uploads there ;-)14:05
seb128pitti: btw alex just fixed gnome bug #53065414:07
pittiseb128: I added a comment to 258083, which I think is the current state and approach14:07
ubottuGnome bug 530654 in client module "Map FUSE paths to uri's" [Normal,Unconfirmed] http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=53065414:07
kwwiiseb128: nope, I do not use evolution14:07
seb128pitti: that should fix the issue we were speaking about yesterday14:07
pittiseb128: oh, that sounds related14:07
kwwiiseb128: ok, I will take care of the renaming and then give you a new human-icon-theme package with those fixes and the new icons for the logout stuff14:08
seb128kwwii: ok, anyway if you could just do symlinks folder-copy -> stock_folder-copy and folder-move->stock_folder-move in the 16x16 variants that would be nice14:08
seb128kwwii: thanks!14:08
pittiseb128: ah, and f-spot would accept that converted URL?14:10
seb128pitti: gvfs should automatically convert those to the correct url, so that should solve the cases where you try to open a recent files on a fuse which not yet mounted for example14:12
tedgkwwii: We should probably add some way to set a list of symbolic links in the Breathe script.14:12
kwwiitedg: I would just do it in the debian/links file as we currently do14:13
kwwiikeep that stuff away from artists, they will just bork things14:13
tedgkwwii: Well, while I don't want to discourage your dislike of artists, I figured there were some things that they may know better.  Like if an icon covers several mimetypes or something.14:14
kwwiithey need the information, sure14:16
pittihey tedg14:16
pittitedg: can you please give me a quick status update of the f-u-s-a "wrong suspend/hibernate" options bug? (for our release meeting today)14:16
pittitedg: bug 274140 I mean14:17
ubottuLaunchpad bug 274140 in fast-user-switch-applet "Visability of Suspend and Hibernate doesn't match gnome-session's dialogs" [High,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/27414014:17
pittikwwii: and I guess bug 269504 is underway, as far as I understood it?14:17
ubottuLaunchpad bug 269504 in human-icon-theme ""Suspend" icon is black rectangle in "Shut Down" dialog" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/26950414:17
tedgpitti: I'm working on it, I hope to have it done this morning, but definitely before I finish work today.14:19
pittitedg: right, shouldn't be a rush; I'm primarily interested in whether the bug is understood, our you need help (from me with hal, or from upstream, etc.)14:19
pittitedg: it seems that fusa and g-p-m currently use differnet methods to determine available options then?14:19
tedgpitti: No, it's that FUSA is not asking GPM currently.14:20
tedgpitti: GPM provides a DBus command to query what it's thinking, so it'll use that so that they are assured to agree.14:21
kwwiiseb128: just sent an email with the package details, let me know if there is a problem14:25
seb128kwwii: ok, I'll have a look, thank you14:25
pittitedg: that sounds good, thanks; so this can be chalked off as "in progress"?14:26
tedgpitti: Yes.14:27
pittitedg: thanks, I updated the bug (for the records)14:27
pittiseb128: the f-spot bug: my or your plate?14:27
seb128pitti: we both have lot on our plates, the first to have some free slot to look at it?14:28
seb128pitti: I'll not do it today for sure but I can have a look next week14:28
pittiseb128: right, same here14:28
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kwwiiseb128: wait on that update, I found a bug14:33
pittikwwii: human-theme uploaded; I'll upload ubuntu-sounds as well, but they won't make beta (unless you can convince slangasek to approve it with a good reason why we need them)14:37
seb128pitti: what version did you upload?14:38
pittikwwii: oh, it seems -sounds is already it14:38
seb128pitti: I think -sounds is a conflicting update, themuso did some updates too14:38
shingaraHow I can know the number of patchlevel of ubuntu specific in a package ?14:38
pittiseb128: ah, indeed14:38
kwwiipitti: excellent, thanks!14:38
pittisending mail back14:38
seb128ok, trying some changes, be back in a bit14:39
directhexshingara, sorry, the question isn't 100% clear. you don't just want the number after the word "ubuntu" in a package version?14:40
shingaraubuntu create a package specific14:42
shingaramaybe several time on only one version upstream14:43
HobbseeHm, linux identity wants an article on the 8.10 release.  I wonder who to ask about doing that14:43
shingaraI want separate the twice information14:43
shingarathe version upstream and the version ubuntu specific14:43
Hobbseeshingara: the left and right hand sides of the - will tell you that14:44
RainCT(Does someone here have -or had- a Samsung SGH-ZV60?)14:44
directhexHobbsee, "the nice brown ubuntu you know and love, but moar new!". there, that was easy14:44
kwwiiTheMuso: dude, you uploaded an ubuntu-sounds_0.9?14:44
Hobbseedirecthex: heh14:45
shingarain case of 0.5.2~alpha+svn-r248-114:45
shingarait's -1 the ubuntu specific version ?14:45
directhexshingara, that's a debian version14:45
shingarapackage rest2web-doc14:45
Hobbsee!info rest2web-doc14:45
directhexshingara, there is no ubuntu specific patching to that14:45
ubotturest2web-doc (source: rest2web): documentation for rest2web. In component universe, is extra. Version 0.5.2~alpha+svn-r248-1 (hardy), package size 2580 kB, installed size 5528 kB14:45
Hobbsee0.5.2~alpha+svn-r248 <-- upstream version.  -1 <-- debian version (no 'ubuntu' in it)14:46
shingaraok, so ubuntu add an ubuntu version to debian14:46
Hobbseeshingara: when we change it, yes14:46
directhexunless the number after the last - is 0, in which case it's an ubuntu original14:46
directhex-1 is a debian package, -1ubuntu1 is an ubuntu package based on debian -1, -0ubuntu1 is an ubuntu package with no debian basis14:47
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shingaragnome-dbg version  Version: 1:
shingarawhat is the 1: ?14:54
shingarabecause it's the version no ?14:54
dholbachshingara: http://www.debian.org/doc/debian-policy/ch-controlfields.html#s-f-Version14:55
shingaraI searched this doc14:56
Ngpitti: re your comments on bug 258083, has the fix been uploaded? Should I be testing anything?15:02
ubottuLaunchpad bug 258083 in f-spot "F-Spot - Error connecting to camera.  "Could not lock the device"" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/25808315:02
seb128pitti: could you also accept gnome-python-extras?15:02
seb128pitti: it fixes the package not being installable due to gdl changes (which leads to all applications depending on it not being installable too)15:03
pittiNg: no, nothing uploaded to intrepid yet15:03
seb128pitti: it's basically a small tweak to build using the new gdl and a rebuild15:03
pittiseb128: ah, I already noticed that, dist-upgrade wants to remove some packages due to that; accepted15:03
seb128pitti: thanks!15:04
seb128ok, I've away for around an hour, will catch back on other things after that15:04
seb128I'm away rather ;-)15:04
Ngpitti: ok. I'll keep my eyes open for something then. thanks :)15:05
pittiasac, Riddell: on whose plate is bug 259278? it's marked for beta, but doesn't have an assignee; also, any idea whether we can actually expect a fix in time for beta?15:06
ubottuLaunchpad bug 259278 in knetworkmanager "knetworkmanager will no longer connect" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/25927815:06
pittimvo: what's the status of bug 274303? you were working on that yesterday, right?15:07
ubottuLaunchpad bug 274303 in update-manager "Needs to transition users of fglrx to a free driver" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/27430315:07
asacpitti: i will ping the upstream guy who claimed to have something last week15:07
pittiit sounds like it'd entirely break networking on Kubuntu?15:08
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Hobbseepitti: based on #kubuntu-devel, it looks like Riddell has a fix, and that will be coming thru soon.15:11
Riddellyes, give me a bit and I'll have something for people to test15:12
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pittiRiddell: so it's not entirely hopeless then? :-)15:13
pittiRiddell: thanks15:13
superm1TheMuso, i just saw a ping from you many days ago regarding BCM4328.  have you tried it yet?15:13
superm1w.r.g to airport15:14
pittiseb128: you said that consolidate-spell-checkers was pretty much done, right? can we set it to implemented, or is tere still something to do for it?15:15
Riddellasac: please try http://www.kubuntu.org/~jriddell/tmp/knetworkmanager/network-manager-kde_0.7svn864988-0ubuntu1_i386.deb15:23
asacRiddell: is that the latest svn?15:28
Riddellasac: yes15:28
asacRiddell: i think you can just uploade to network-manager PPA :) ... current state is broken and it cant get worse :)15:29
asacRiddell: could you upload there? i will get feedback from all the folks waiting for knetworkmanager over the weekend then15:30
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Hobbseeseb128: were you planning to deal with python-gnome2-extras?  it's not installable again15:38
pittiRiddell: do you think bug 270423 is important enough to milestone it for beta? seems mostly cosmetic to me, but it might hide a bigger problem15:38
ubottuLaunchpad bug 270423 in ubiquity "[kde] doesn't show dialog after installation" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/27042315:38
Riddellpitti: I don't especially mind, although it should be fixed for final.  evand or cjwatson might be able to say if it's more important than just cosmetic15:40
pittiRiddell: right, since it might be a crash near to the end, or so15:41
cjwatsonit's just very confusing; I don't think it's beta-critical15:43
slangasekseb128: pinging on IRC is fine, though so far I haven't gotten the queue back down to zero which puts it up on my todo list :)15:45
StevenKslangasek: Us nasty developers keep uploading stuff? :-)15:45
slangasekpretty much15:46
mathiazcjwatson: now that partman-auto-raid has been promoted, can it be added to the installer seed or should it wait for after Beta ?15:53
slangasekargh, desktop CDs oversized at 711MB, and not even a previous daily to compare with :/15:56
Hobbseeouch.  Try throwing the All New and Shiny We Love Pitti (tm) merchandise off.15:57
pittislangasek: just alpha 6 for comparison? cronjobs were disabled for quite some time, right?15:57
Hobbseepitti: :15:57
Hobbsee* :)15:57
slangasekthey weren't disabled for that long, I don't know why there's not a daily from yesterday on here15:58
directhexhow much does that make in excessive on-disk package use inside the image, roughly?15:58
Hobbseepitti: you have 40404 karma.  I find that disturbing.16:00
directhexhow exactly is LP karma earnt?16:03
geserdirecthex: with bugs, answers, branches, translations, specs and I guess some more16:04
mvopitti: re 274303> that is fixed in bzr, I was doing final testing and then I will upload16:05
directhexso my stuff on altioth earns me no respect. *sniff*16:05
StevenKBy doing stuff on LP16:05
StevenKAnswering questions, fiddling with bugs, ...16:05
directhexclosing 30 mono bugs probably helped.16:05
geserdirecthex: do that every day and your LP karma will go up (and mono get bug free :)16:06
mvopitti: I added flglrx and the two old nvidia drivers to the current code16:07
directhexgeser, i have my eye on all open mono bugs. half are incomplete, half are upstream bugs, 1 is fixed in debian NEW, one i can't reproduce but seems to affect old user accounts (but not fresh user accounts)16:07
directhexand by fixed in debian NEW i mean by me, of course ;)16:08
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cjwatsonmathiaz: I think it's OK to add it16:08
directhexgeser, now, if i wasn't terrified of going near it, beagle is a treasure trove of bug merging opportunities.16:09
cjwatsonslangasek: the livefs build got stuck on a lock16:09
cjwatsonslangasek: I fixed it with #is's help this morning16:09
slangasekgrr, not again16:11
pittimvo: nice, thanks16:12
seb128Hobbsee: what is the issue? what version are you speaking about?16:20
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sbeattiecjwatson: I'd hoped to see if the modprobe -Os changes helped with bug 258432, but lack of live cds prevented that.16:24
ubottuLaunchpad bug 258432 in casper "Intrepid 4 live cd drops to busybox, needs more time to  find CD livefs" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/25843216:24
cjwatsonsbeattie: I think we probably should just crank up the timeout; that should be straightforward given a few spare minutes16:25
sbeattiecjwatson: yeah, that's pretty simple to do and will hopefully paper over issues for most problematic hardware.16:27
IntuitiveNippleCan someone remind me of the security team name for bug reports? I just accidentally submitted a bug without ticking the security warning box, and searching for subscribers with "security" in the name gives me ten's of pages.16:28
jdstrandIntuitiveNipple: ubuntu-security16:29
seb128pitti: python-gnome-extras failed to build, "Xvfb failed to start"16:29
IntuitiveNipplejdong: many thanks16:29
IntuitiveNipplejdstrand: many thanks16:29
pittiseb128: I think my pygtk sponsored upload FTBFSed for exactly the same problem, but didn't have time yet to look at it16:29
seb128let me ask on #ubuntu-x16:30
seb128kwwii: looking at your icon theme update, there is no sleep icon, is that expected?16:33
kwwiiseb128: you mean suspend?16:33
seb128+#define GSM_ICON_HIBERNATE "drive-harddisk"16:33
seb128+#define GSM_ICON_SLEEP     "sleep"16:33
kwwiiseb128: I made one for that...lol, I named it wrong16:34
seb128kwwii: I mean "sleep" which is the icon for the suspend action16:34
kwwiiI looked at the wrong line in the #define16:34
seb128kwwii: the update adds system-shutdown.svg and view-refresh.svg and computer.svg16:34
seb128kwwii: none of that seems to be suspend or sleep icons?16:34
kwwiiseb128: yes, system-shutdown should be sleep16:34
seb128the name is misleading ;-)16:34
kwwiiit is a monitor with a moon on it16:34
kwwiibecause I screwed up the naming :-)16:35
seb128system-shutdown is what is used for halt action16:35
kwwiiI will move it and make another package16:35
seb128kwwii: ok, can you fix that? no need to update the debian/changelog version again16:35
kwwiisorry, thanks for noticing16:35
kwwiiyes, I'll get that to you in a minute16:35
seb128kwwii: no problem, just use the same version, fix the name, upload and ping me again ;-)16:35
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RiddellKeybuk: you have ops in #ubuntu-meeting, hokmen needs a +q16:42
Riddelloh, sorted16:42
KeybukRiddell: he's not in the channel16:42
Keybuk#ubuntu-meeting is owned by the irc council cabal16:42
Keybukso I have no authoritah there16:42
digistyl3TheMuso: hi, are you around?16:43
kwwiiseb128: I updated the packages on my server, so the links in that email now point to the new stuff16:43
cjwatsonKeybuk: access #ubuntu-meeting list says you do, FWIW16:43
Keybukcjwatson: chanserv says I don't ;)16:43
Keybuk-ChanServ- You are not authorized to perform this operation.16:43
seb128kwwii: your update doesn't fix the "switch user" issue right?16:43
seb128kwwii: #define GSM_ICON_SWITCH    "system-users"16:44
cjwatsonKeybuk: oh, oh well16:44
kwwiiseb128: I did not realize that there was a problem with that :-)16:44
seb128kwwii: open the logout dialog ;-)16:44
kwwiiseb128: I am not running intrepid yet :-)16:45
seb128kwwii: ok, so "system-users" has a similar issue16:45
kwwiiall I have is my thinkpad and the disk is full16:45
kwwiican someone make a screenshot of the problem so I understand that context?16:46
kwwiior is there a bug about this?16:46
seb128kwwii: https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/human-icon-theme/+bug/26950016:46
ubottuLaunchpad bug 269500 in human-icon-theme ""Log Out" and "Switch User" are misaligned" [High,Fix committed]16:47
seb128kwwii: the first screenshot16:47
seb128kwwii: what icon did you change to fix this one?16:47
seb128kwwii: is that your computer.svg change?16:47
kwwiiseb128: erm, I think I marked the wrong bug as fixed :-)16:48
seb128kwwii: ok, is that something you can, want fix today too?16:49
kwwiiseb128: yes, that I will make an icon for logout and then it will be fixed :-) I'll make another package after that and let you know16:50
seb128kwwii: ok, still no need to update the changelog, just add the icon that will be good enough ;-)16:53
kwwiiseb128: ok, I'll ping you later when done..thanks for the help16:54
seb128ok, no problem, I didn't do a lot ;-)16:55
mdzpitti: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=467374#34 hints that perhaps the change is due to the ibm-acpi module17:10
ubottuDebian bug 467374 in acpi-support "acpi-support: acpi_fakekey does not reach sleep.sh" [Normal,Closed]17:10
mdzpitti: remember, the kernel started printing that warning, saying we shouldn't set the mask anymore, and we changed it?17:10
pittimdz: I just wonder why it breaks my dell as well then? I don't even have that module17:11
pittibut again, that could be yet another bug, of course17:11
mdzpitti: I bet acpi-fakekey is doing the job on 8.0417:11
mdzpitti: does acpi_fakekey 142 do anything for you?17:13
pittimdz: it might be interesting to compare the output of acpi-fakekey and the one from -evdev17:13
mdzpitti: it would be if acpi_fakekey produced any output ;-)17:14
pittimdz: yes, it suspends17:14
mdzpitti: oh, interesting17:14
mdzpitti: that doesn't work on my thinkpad17:14
mdzpitti: perhaps yours is a different bug indeed17:14
pittimdz: I think so, too, most of hte bug is pretty thinkpad specific17:15
pittimdz: I guess I'll try to bisect that a bit; run with just acpid, run with just hal, run with hardy kernel, etc.17:15
kirklandmdz: just saw your post to 267682...  i have a thinkpad x61 running hardy, and a thinkpad t61p running intrepid, i can probably gather the required lshal info17:16
pittimdz: so acpi_fakekey converts something like the HKEY/whatever_for_Fn_F3 to XF86Standby? or what is it used for?17:16
mdzkirkland: that would be fabulous; mine is at home so I can't to it right now17:16
mdzkirkland: could you also try sudo acpi_fakekey 142 ?17:17
pittimdz: (xev shows XF86StandBy when I press Fn+F3)17:17
mdzkirkland: on both systems?17:17
kirklandsure...  let me power up the wife's x6117:17
mdzpitti: acpi_fakekey takes an ACPI event and converts it into a simulated keypress17:17
mdzpitti: this makes it possible to convert non-standard ACPI events to standard keycodes which can then be heard by programs which care about the events17:18
mdzpitti: (like hal)17:18
pittimdz: that sounds pretty close to what evdev now does as well?17:18
lukehasnonameDo you guys know of an error with installing LVM on encryption in alternate install?17:18
mdzpitti: where does evdev get acpi events from?17:18
pittimdz: quantum flux phase inverter? sorry, no idea17:19
pittimdz: but I don't think there's a lot in between it and the kernel17:19
pittiand, after all, the XEvents it generates don't actually look bad, they just have no effect17:19
mdzpitti: unless the kernel emits acpi events through evdev, we would still need something to hear them17:20
mdzthough it certainly would be nice if everything just came through as input events17:20
mdzfrom the kernel17:20
kirklandmdz: okay, both systems up...17:20
mdzkirkland: first check whether the suspend key works on both17:21
mdzkirkland: should work on 8.04, should be ignored on intrepid17:21
kirklandmdz: fn-F4 (little moon?)17:21
mdzkirkland: y17:21
kirklandmdz: hmm, sadly, no effect on either17:21
pittimdz: well, that might very well be a red herring for me, of course; the XF86Standby I see might actually come from acpi_fakekey istead of directly from kernel->evdev17:22
kirklandmdz: the obvious ones work on the hardy machine17:22
kirklandmdz: sound up/down, etc.17:22
mdzkirkland: check your power management preferences17:22
kirklandmdz: battery, screen lock17:22
kirklandmdz: k17:22
mdzkirkland: if battery works, that's a useful data point, it doesn't work for me17:22
mdzkirkland: (on intrepid)17:22
kirklandmdz: ah, that was it17:23
kirklandmdz: suspended fine, once configured17:23
kirklandmdz: i had it set to "do nothing"17:23
kirklandmdz: i'll try on my intrepid laptop (might be gone for a moment)17:23
kirklandmdz: nope, doesn't work on intrepid (confirming bug)17:24
kwwiiseb128: ok, same links as before17:24
kwwiiseb128: I added a system-users vector and 48x48 icon17:24
mdzkirkland: ok, good17:24
mdzkirkland: on the hardy one, can you try sudo acpi_fakekey 142 ?17:24
kirklandmdz: okay, it's asleep17:25
mdzkirkland: and on intrepid?17:25
seb128kwwii: looking17:25
kirklandmdz: on intrepid, nada17:25
pittimdz: ok, that confirms that the thinkpad and dell issues are in fact different17:25
mdzkirkland: ok, please post your findings to the bug and I'll think about what to do from here17:25
kirklandmdz: did you want some lshal info?17:25
kirklandmdz: shall i post that to the bug?17:26
mdzkirkland: ->bug please17:26
kirklandmdz: k, no problem17:26
cjwatsonmathiaz: BTW, I was talking to Ian Jackson last night about the python-gobject triggers problem, and he reckoned it's fixed in current Debian dpkg17:26
cjwatsonmathiaz: so I'll have a look at that post-beta17:26
mathiazcjwatson: great - thanks !17:26
pittithat would get us rid of those nasty pre-depends?17:27
cjwatsonso I'm told17:27
cjwatsonwe think, anyway. Basically any package in triggers-awaited shouldn't be allowed to satisfy a dependency17:30
mdzkirkland: does sudo acpi_fakekey 236 work on the intrepid one?17:31
seb128kwwii: there is no 48x48 icon in this update and you included the .bzr directory in the source (I can clean that), is the scalable icon enough?17:31
kirklandmdz: doesn't look like it did anything....17:31
kirklandmdz: what would that do?17:32
mdzkirkland: pop up a battery status dialog (try it on the hardy system)17:32
kwwiiseb128: yes, there should be 48x48/apps/system-users.png17:32
mdzkirkland: same as fn+f217:32
seb128kwwii: oh, there is one17:33
kwwiisorry about the .bzr dir, it was a mistake17:33
seb128kwwii: debdiff is not listing it, weird17:33
kirklandmdz: ironically, on hardy, fn+F2 works (battery pops up), but not 23617:33
mdzkirkland: :-?17:34
mdzkirkland: fn+f2 should be running /etc/acpi/sleepbtn.sh which runs acpi_fakekey 236 as root17:35
mdzkirkland: can you watch xev on both sides when doing acpi_fakekey 142 and see what's different?17:36
mdz(both hardy and intrepid)17:36
Riddellmvo: upgrade with current dist upgrade tool seems to be going well17:36
slangasekmvo: does the compiz FFe fix the gconf backend issue? :)17:37
mvoRiddell: excellent, thanks. I run it over the auto tester now and then it ready to go (just fixed a issue with the nvidia stuff)17:37
mdzkirkland: I'd hoped 236 would be a simpler test case since it doesn't suspend the machine, but whatever you can get to work...17:37
kirklandmdz: right17:38
kirklandmdz: i'm on the phone with IBM, at the moment (regular server call)17:38
kirklandmdz: let me ping you in a few17:38
mdzkirkland: once you've done that, please check whether the brightness keys work17:38
mdzkirkland: ok, I'll queue up some more questions if that's OK17:38
keesKeybuk: what did the modprobe delay turn out to be?17:38
mdzkees: it turns out it's a billion times faster when compiled with -Os17:39
mvoslangasek: sort of, it certainly will work with gconf and has it as default. now the issue that if gconf is not wroking for some reason and compiz switch to flat file but never back is more problematic to fix, I look into it after bug 274303 is done17:39
mdzrather than -O217:39
ubottuLaunchpad bug 274303 in update-manager "Needs to transition users of fglrx to a free driver" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/27430317:39
keesasac: any news on why n-m still keeps thinking it should manage my eth0 when it's configured "static" in my interfaces file?17:39
slangasekmvo: ok17:39
keesmdz: wild.17:39
Treenaksmdz: it makes that much difference? impressive..17:39
slangasek\sh: ping17:39
mdzkees: 25605417:39
keesmdz: how did that get uncovered?17:39
keesmdz: thanks17:39
mdzkees: arjan's presentation showed that fedora's was running faster, and scott narrowed it down from there17:40
keesmdz: so it's just a long-standing debian glitch?17:40
cjwatsonbzr: ERROR: Pack '56b441f9b0f40b61da5873827fa4f86b' already exists in <bzrlib.repofmt.pack_repo.RepositoryPackCollection object at 0x9649d0c>17:40
cjwatson'bzr get bzr+ssh://bazaar.launchpad.net/~ubuntustudio-dev/ubuntu-seeds/ubuntustudio.intrepid /tmp/tasksel-Lf9QGJ/checkout-ubuntustudio' failed with exit status 76817:40
cjwatsonblink, what's up with ubuntustudio?17:40
mdzkees: it's a freak optimization side effect I think17:40
keesmdz: heh17:40
mdzkees: probably -O2 causes the code size to blow up somewhere, and it's overflowing cache17:41
* kees imagines "freak optimization"17:41
_MMA_cjwatson: Hmm... I'll have to have TheMuso take a look.17:41
seb128kwwii: so, none of those new icons are installed in the deb17:41
mdzkirkland: what we need to do is map out the path that the event is taking on hardy and intrepid and where they differ17:41
cjwatson_MMA_: needs help from #bzr probably17:41
cjwatsonnote that I fetch all the seeds into a single repository in order to save time17:41
mdzkirkland: on hardy, what I think happens is kernel -> acpid -> /etc/acpi/*.sh -> acpi_fakekey -> ??? (maybe hal)17:42
seb128kwwii: you didn't touch the makefiles to install those apparently17:42
_MMA_cjwatson: Ok. I'll let him know as he would know best.17:42
mdzkirkland: on intrepid we've confirmed that acpi_fakekey doesn't get heard properly, so we need to see where it diverges17:42
cjwatsonso in order to reproduce this: bzr get bzr+ssh://bazaar.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-core-dev/tasksel/ubuntu tasksel; cd tasksel; rm -rf ubuntu-tasks; make ubuntu-tasks17:42
mdzkirkland: apparently, changing the X keyboard driver to evdev impacts it17:42
seb128kwwii: scalable/actions/Makefile.am scalable/apps/Makefile.am scalable/devices/Makefile.am need to be updated to list the new icons17:43
cjwatsonmake that 'bzr get -r1373 ...', since I'm probably going to work around this17:43
kwwiiseb128: ouch, I'm used to doing the python build stuff17:44
seb128kwwii: do you know what changes are required and how to do those?17:44
seb128kwwii: debdiff is useful to compare deb contents between versions btw17:44
seb128kwwii: basically edit the files I just listed, add the icons to install, run autogen.sh and that should it17:45
seb128"should be it"17:45
_MMA_cjwatson: noted.17:45
mdzkirkland: also check what hal-addon-input is doing on both systems. is it listening to the same event devices?  is it listening to the one where the event from acpi_fakekey comes out?17:45
kwwiiseb128: yes, I am adding the files to the makefiles now17:46
mdzkirkland: the most bizarre thing is that it seems to work if the user logs in on a guest session, so there's something at the session level which is impacting this17:47
mdzkirkland: which I wouldn't expect since hal listens to the /dev/input/event* directly17:48
Treenaksmdz: can't you replace acpi_fakekey with something that logs getppid() (and possibly the name of that process) before doing the actual key insert?17:54
kirklandmdz: off the phone now, okay.17:55
kirklandmdz: do you want me to try the evdev driver next, or the guest session?17:56
mdzkirkland: I want you to find out what's listening to the event that acpi_fakekey generates on hardy17:59
mdzkirkland: I think it's hal-addon-input17:59
kwwiiseb128: ok, same place as before :-)18:00
seb128kwwii: looking18:00
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seb128kwwii: do you try to build your updates? ;-)18:02
seb128kwwii: you added a system-users.svg in 32x32/actions/Makefile.am but there is no such icon in the 32x32/actions directory18:03
mdzkirkland: you may find input-utils useful18:04
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mdzkirkland: (lsinput and input-events)18:05
mdzkirkland: can I call you?18:06
kirklandmdz: confirmed: suspend does work from an intrepid guest session18:07
kirklandmdz: what's the lock-screen key code?18:08
mdzgrep LOCK /usr/share/acpi-support/key-constants18:09
superm1kirkland, you mean the password? there's a bug open about that18:09
mdzsuperm1: no, we're working on bug 26768218:10
ubottuLaunchpad bug 267682 in linux "Hotkeys no longer working in Intrepid on Thinkpads" [Critical,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/26768218:10
cjwatsonthat inversion of KEY_LOCK and KEY_COFFEE is suspicion18:10
superm1ah okay18:10
mdzcjwatson: not to me, that's expected (same in the kernel)18:10
cjwatsonoh, you pasted them in the opposite order from how they are in the file18:11
mdzcjwatson: two separate commands, sorry18:11
kirklandmdz: http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/50933/18:11
kirklandmdz: http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/50934/  > intrepid18:12
* mdz discovers pastebinit18:13
kirklandmdz: http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/50934/18:14
kirklandmdz: http://pastebin.com/f6db3458218:14
kirklandmdz: ^ intrepid lsinput18:15
mdzkirkland: once you have the lsinput output from both, I'm interested in strace -p on hald-addon-input when you run acpi_fakekey on both hardy and intrepid18:15
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kirklandmdz: lsinput from hardy: http://pastebin.com/f5b8f062c18:16
mdzso on intrepid, it's writing to event1, which is "AT Translated Set 2 keyboard"18:16
mdzsame on hardy18:16
mdzso that part is the same18:16
mdzkirkland: how about hald-addon-input?18:16
seb128slangasek: ok, gnome-python-extras creates some un-installability issues in intrepid, a fixed version has been uploaded but doesn't build due to xvfb-run being broken, I've discussed it on #ubuntu-x but it's not likely it'll be fixed before monday on their side, what do you think we should do? upload a gnome-python-extras which doesn't call xvfb-run to workaround the bug? wait on monday? get somebody to fix xvfb today?18:17
mdzkirkland: root      5125  0.0  0.0   3436  1048 ?        S    Sep24   0:08 hald-addon-input: Listening on /dev/input/event1 /dev/input/event2 /dev/input/event3 /dev/input/event4 /dev/input/event518:17
slangasekseb128: hrm, is xvfb-run needed for anything besides testing?18:18
kirklandroot      6005  5883  0 12:04 ?        00:00:00 hald-addon-input: Listening on /dev/input/event1 /dev/input/event2 /dev/input/event3 /dev/input/event4 /dev/input/event5 /dev/input/event6 /dev/input/event7 /dev/input/event918:18
jcristaumdz: presumably, since xf86-input-evdev grabs the devices, hald-addon-input won't get anything..18:18
mdzjcristau: oh?  can only one process listen to them at once?18:18
munckfishPlease excuse my naive question: but do kernel filesystem modules autoload? I am trying to work out why spufs seems to need explicit mention in /etc/modules to get it to load.18:19
persiaIndeed.  /dev/input/event* streams are single-access.18:19
mdzthat would explain a lot18:19
jcristaupersia: not necessarily18:19
cjwatsonslangasek: can you approve grub-installer if it's OK by you? (and tasksel too)18:19
jcristaubut xf86-input-evdev does ioctl(EVIOCGRAB)18:20
mdzjcristau: why does it do that?18:20
cjwatsonslangasek: xvfb-run is fairly often used in build processes18:20
slangasekcjwatson: right, I mean in the case of gnome-python-extras - to understand what an upload which doesn't call it will do18:20
cjwatsonoh, sorry, I misread18:21
jcristaumdz: to prevent key presses to go to the console, and mouse stuff to /dev/input/mice18:21
jcristaus/to go/from going/18:21
seb128slangasek: in gnome-python-extras? no, it's just used to run the testsuite18:21
slangasekseb128: right, let's go for option a) then, please18:21
kirklandmdz: hald on hardy strace: http://pastebin.com/f45596ef018:21
seb128slangasek: alright, doing that in a minute18:22
mdzkirkland: thanks18:24
lukehasnonameI don't know if the fact the partition is encrypted makes a differeence on the write speed18:29
lukehasnonameack wrong window, sorry.18:30
mdzkirkland,cjwatson,pitti,slangasek: new analysis in bug 26768218:30
ubottuLaunchpad bug 267682 in linux "Hotkeys no longer working in Intrepid on Thinkpads" [Critical,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/26768218:30
mdzkirkland: thanks for your help18:31
kirklandmdz: no problem, shall I drop off of hold?18:31
kirklandmdz: this music is morose18:31
pittimdz: ah, got the mail18:31
mdzkirkland: could you tell us, from the strace output, which device is receiving the event from acpi_fakekey on hardy?18:33
mdzkirkland: is it the 'thinkpad extra buttons' device?18:33
Keybukkees: I've yet to fully tell whether this makes our modprobe go away entirely18:35
Keybukit just certainly makes it faster18:35
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pittibye everyone, have a nice weekend!18:41
seb128pitti: thanks, you too18:41
keespitti: cya pitti!18:41
keesKeybuk: ah, no bootchart for it yet?18:42
seb128slangasek: I uploaded a gnome-python-extra adding a build-depends on libgl1-mesa-dri to workaround the xvfb issue, that was the faster way and I've to run now18:42
Keybukkees: not on the Q1 where it's most notable18:42
kirklandmdz: how might i determine that?18:51
mdzkirkland: match up the file descriptor number with what's in /proc/pid/fd18:53
mdzkirkland: I'm pretty confident though, if you have other things to do, don't worry about it18:53
brycemdz, I read your analysis on the bug.  Do you have a course of action in mind we should take?18:53
pochuslangasek: hi. Is debian/patches/01_gettext_not_xmal.patch in libgweather something that upstream could use? It looks to me like the answer is yes, but I want to be sure18:54
pochuslangasek: third entry in https://edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/libgweather18:55
brycemdz, I recall in fedora 9 they ended up disabling evdev for keyboard handling entirely; perhaps that would be something to consider?18:55
kirklandmdz: i was just about to step out to lunch18:55
liwdoes there exist a library for taking a number+unit (say, size of a file in bytes) and returning a user-friendly number+unit (size of file in kB or KiB)?18:55
loolcjwatson: Hey, we were discussing enablement of automatic mode in mid images with persia; I was wondering whether it would make sense to permit enabling the automatic mode by preseeding ubiquity itself in someway (perhaps separately)?19:03
cjwatsonlool: sorry, I need to finish up for today and don't have time to discuss this now; maybe mail ubuntu-installer@?19:04
loolcjwatson: Ok; this was future stuff anyway; will either mail or regrab another day19:05
loolcjwatson: Have a good evening and WE19:05
seb128pochu: I talked to vuntz about it and he was not really interested, he said we should rather ship the .xml in the language packs in ubuntu19:14
liwhttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/FreezeExceptionProcess says "Requests for freeze exceptions for main should be filed as bugs in launchpad against the relevant package", but then does not say that that should happen also for packages in universe -- should it? it mentions that motu-release should be subscribed for such bugs for packages in universe/multiverse, so I guess the bugs should be filed, but it'd be nice to be explicit19:17
tjaaltonbryce: that was because of gnome vs. xkb deathmatch, and it's been fixed since (xkb won :)19:17
slangasekpochu: yes, it is; though I'm not sure that it's upstream-ready, I was hoping seb128 would assess that19:21
pochuslangasek: read his comment from 8 minutes ago19:22
slangasekright, I see it19:22
slangasekthat's a big "wtf" to me19:22
pochu(vuntz maintains the package upstream)19:22
slangaseksomeone has an unhealthy relationship with xml, it seems19:22
pochuso I'll just fix the patch to apply cleanly again19:23
\shslangasek: pong...from long time ago19:39
slangasek\sh: ah, I was just about to write to LP instead :)19:40
slangasek\sh: bug #271550 - this is a regression vs. hardy, and you seem to have handled the only two uploads to intrepid19:40
ubottuLaunchpad bug 271550 in ia32-libs "ia32-libs missing libQtDBus, others?" [Critical,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/27155019:40
\shslangasek: lemme check19:40
\shbut while I'm checking this...where did sun-java*-plugin went?19:42
\shs/went/go/ ... my brain is on less power today somehow19:42
slangasekI see sun-java6-plugin in intrepid, so... "Nowhere"? :)19:43
\shhmm...not me...anmd I have multiverse enabled19:43
slangasekit's present on i386 and lpia19:44
slangasekhmmmm, but I only see it when I look on drescher, not in my own apt cache19:44
\shhmm...and on amd64 ?19:44
slangasekoh, of course, because my own apt cache is amd64, so nevermind :P19:44
\shI can see it on the archives too...but not in my apt-cache19:44
slangasekanyway, AFAIK it's never been available for amd64?19:45
\shia32-sun-java6-plugin ? because sun-java6-jre suggests it ;)19:45
\shbut even this is not there19:45
\shslangasek: libqt4-dbus was never in ia32-libs19:49
\shlatest hardy update/security version ubuntu11 had only libqt4-core and libqt4-gui19:49
slangasek\sh: well, perhaps, but the intrepid version has /no/ qt libs :)19:49
fabbioneslangasek: are we in "strong" freeze now?19:50
slangasek-rw-r--r-- root/root    323068 2008-04-09 18:39 ./usr/lib32/libQtDBus.so.4.3.419:50
fabbionehard.. that was the word19:50
slangasek\sh: that's from the hardy version19:50
slangasekfabbione: yes19:50
\shthey are in fetch-and-build19:51
fabbioneslangasek: i'd like to give intrepid a bit more cluster love.. there is a new corosync upstream official release (3 svn commits more than what's in the archive now). openais similar situation and I'd like to push the last redhat-clsuter release i did yesterday19:51
slangasek"cluster love", how euphemistic19:51
fabbioneslangasek: ehehe i know you could handle that :)19:51
fabbioneslangasek: you are rm.. unless you have objections i'll upload eitehr tonight or tomorrow19:52
slangasekfabbione: well, I don't object to you uploading, but if you want them to be let out of the queue, please follow the feature freeze guidelines :-)19:52
slangasekfabbione: i.e., submit a bug documenting why these are appropriate exceptions to the feature freeze19:53
\shslangasek: trying to bring them back...and adding libqt4-dbus19:53
fabbioneslangasek: i just don't have time for all this burocracy. I could just uplaod saying that i added a patch and nobody will notice. I am asking to keep packages clean.19:53
fabbioneslangasek: and i understand you have procedures.. just not enough time to follow all of them19:53
fabbioneslangasek: anyway... thanks.19:54
slangasekfabbione: uploads that don't follow the freeze procedures push the bureaucracy onto the release team, who don't have gobs of spare time either; I can promise that I'll look at them if they're uploaded, but I can't promise that I'll have time to review it all myself19:55
fabbioneslangasek: no worries.19:56
\shok...libqt4 and friends are coming back...20:00
\shdo I need a special "ack" for it nowadays?20:00
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\shbut we really need a sun java plugin somehow for amd64...if we don't get it , all lovely admins with HP hardware and ilo2 are fcked20:01
\shdoko: any idea why it's missing somehow? :) it's referenced, but no installation candidate on amd6420:03
slangasek\sh: no acks needed for bugfix uploads to universe, no20:04
\shslangasek: ok..it will land on the archives in less then 5 mins20:05
directhex\sh, i can't admin my lovely Enterprise-Grade, um, netgear20:06
\shdirecthex: oh :)20:06
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directhexy'know, i miss cuba. i might violate my "never return to the scene of the crime" hoiday policy20:13
directhexeep, wrong channel for such triviality. sorry.20:14
_MMA_If I have 2 licenses, that all allow derivatives, can they be combined? LGPL+CC-BY-SA for instance. This is for an image/art btw. (Im helping to get a package strait)20:19
mvopitti: what should I check if the guest session does not work for me? is there debug output written somewhere?20:20
directhex_MMA_, the SA clause means the derivative needs to be SA too20:20
mvopitti: I suspect its a nvidia problem, not the session itself20:20
liwmvo, I made a new system-cleaner version to fix bugs reported today... (I may have unit tests but I still let bugs get through *sigh')20:21
\shslangasek: uploaded20:22
mvopitti: nevermind, found it (bad nvidia bad)20:22
mvoliw: ok, on revu?20:22
liwmvo, in my PPA, and please don't upload yet, I would like confirmation from the users that the bugs are fixed20:22
slangasek\sh: thanks20:22
mvoliw: ok, thanks20:23
\shnow for something really interesting...ha nfs cluster with drbd storage failover time20:24
calcchecking out the OOo human icons from bzr takes a very long time :\20:43
calcslangasek: seeing how that does, thanks20:51
calcstill fairly slow, 2m so far for 4mb of data20:52
calc4m 8mb20:54
calcat least its consistent in its slowness20:55
\shcrimsun: did you file a wishlist bug for leonov of integration of 5-a-day ? ,-)20:55
calcif this bzr bar is accurate i'll be getting the repo for another hour or so20:57
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digistyl3TheMuso: ? :)21:42
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cody-somervilleslangasek, There doesn't seem to have been a livecd for Xubuntu in three days.22:11
slangasekyes, livefs builds were wedged22:11
cody-somervilleOkay, thanks.22:11
slangasekrespinning now22:12
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